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Re: Bobcat 753

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05-08-2013 23:37:15

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Well it arrived today (Wed.) and would not turn over with the switch even with jumper cables. Managed to jumper across the solenoid and it started fine. Got a oper. manual and part book with it so I am fishing on eGag for the service manual. It has the LCD gauge panel and is showing nearly empty on fuel so I put 3.3 gal ($12.00) in it and the gauge did not change. At least I know it's not about to run out.

The delivery driver said somebody there got in it and it started ok to load it.


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05-10-2013 18:05:12

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 Re: Bobcat 753 in reply to shinnery, 05-08-2013 23:37:15  
It's got a relay in the fuse box for the starter. The wire broke off the switch one time on mine also. IIRC you remove the headlight on that side and you can see the back of it. I got mine when it was less than a year old and that LCD panel never worked super reliable. I think its just black now. Seems to me we had trouble with a safety switch on the seat also. Can't remember if it wouldn't crank or wouldn't run though. Have to work on mine this weekend also. Partner filled the hyd. tank with diesel fuel by accident. LOL

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