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2000 B2710 HST no power stalls

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Timothy10366
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2019-06-07          198508


I bought my farm 3 years ago. My 2000 Kubota B2710 came with it. I have put a lot of money into. Rebuilt injector pump , new injectors, new fuel lines, and drop pipes. New sediment bowl and fuel shutoff. I am at a loss. It keeps stalling for
No reason. Go up a small bump/ hill and it stalls. Under load not under load. Ive had knowledgeable mechanics trouble shoot it. Ive been told the injector pump needs to be shimmed again? I have been told its a common problem with the seat switch? Except I dont have a seat switch. Ive been told the compression is bad? Any suggestions??

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Art White
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2019-06-10          198515


You say there is no seat safety switch so that means it might have been removed? Check the wiring. ....

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Murf
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2019-06-10          198516


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Originally Posted by Timothy10366 | view 198508
[QUOTE=Timothy10366;198508] It keeps stalling for no reason. Go up a small bump/ hill and it stalls. Under load not under load. Ive had knowledgeable mechanics trouble shoot it.

Any suggestions?? [/QUOTE]

First off describe, in detail, the "stall".

Does it fade out slowly till it dies like it's running out of fuel?

Does it shut off like you turned the ignition off?

Let us know.


Best of luck. ....

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Timothy10366
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2019-06-10          198517


Hi Murf,
It dogs for a hot second then stalls out immediately. Same under load or not ....

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Murf
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2019-06-10          198518


OK, now we're getting somewhere.

If it's bogging down even for a second it's a fuel problem. Since it immediately shuts down right after that it's not a slight issue, it's a complete failure.

Given the way it's happening my first guess would be a bad fuel shut off relay circuit. If you have some corrosion or a funky connection a little bump could jiggle the circuit to make the connection intermittent (causing a stutter or fade out) or open (engine dies like with key going to off position).

Have a really close look at the wiring there and maybe try testing the solenoid itself.



Best of luck. ....

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Timothy10366
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2019-06-10          198519


Thank You Art,
I’m not the original owner. But I have never come across a safety shutoff under the seat. I’ve even repaired the bracket on it. Dealership says it shouldn’t make any difference? I’ve been told otherwise. I’m getting a bit apprehensive about taking it in to a Kubota Dealers. 2 other dealerships have struck out for me. I’m on My third dealership. ....

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Timothy10366
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2019-06-10          198520


Murf,
It’s funny you should mention wiring. I had a dealership repair my wiring because mice chewed it up under the dash!! That would make sense. I just have to get a shop manual and trace it👍🏻 ....

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Murf
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2019-06-10          198521


Don’t get too excited about wiring diagram. The circuit is very very short and very very simple. There is a relay on the fuel injection pump that dumped the fuel back to the tank instead of allowing it to be pressurized into the engine. Fifth electrically operated relay goes back to the keys switch. If you have

Just find the relay on the side of the fuel injection pump and check that the wiring to with his solid, then trace it back to the ignition switch. Check any joint invisible fines of corrosion or places where Robyn may have


Best of luck. ....

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Timothy10366
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2019-06-10          198522


Thank you Murf,
I will keep you posted ....

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Murf
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2019-06-12          198526


Wow did SIRI ever hate me that day!!! LOL

What you are looking for is a round cylinder sort of thing coming out of the instrument panel side of the injector pump. it usually has a rubber cap on the end with a wiring pigtail coming out of the center.


Best of luck. ....

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