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Old 03-24-2017, 07:19 PM
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Hi all, I'm new to tractors and have an '02 kubota 7500 series. I drove it today clearing snow for 2 hrs, as I pulled up to help the neighbor, it died. All the electrical works and I filled the gas tank. It won't crank, click, nothing. I press in the clutch, turn the key, lights come on but it doesn't do a darn thing, not a sound. Any ideas on where to start for repair? Battery wires? Glow plug wires? Safety switch? I'm clueless, please help.
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Welcome to the forum.

If no sound and lights are coming on, that sounds like a safety switch. I don't have a Kubota but would guess there's a safety switch on the clutch and another under the seat.
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Welcome to the forum.

If no sound and lights are coming on, that sounds like a safety switch. I don't have a Kubota but would guess there's a safety switch on the clutch and another under the seat.
I've had two safety switches go bad on my L3400.

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Thank you! The grandpa texted me while I was at work, there was a loose wire connection under the seat, she's running again! Guess we'll have to keep an eye on the safety switches.
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