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Re: kubota engine satrting problems

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Tx Jim

01-19-2013 10:09:23

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What is engine in? Could be fuel solenoid or wiring problem. Have you checked for any blown fuses?

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01-19-2013 10:23:23

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 Re: kubota engine satrting problems in reply to Tx Jim, 01-19-2013 10:09:23  
The engine is in an asphalt roller. Fuses are good. Fuel pump runs when switch is turned to on. Connections seem to be good.

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01-19-2013 11:00:39

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 Re: kubota engine satrting problems in reply to guyman, 01-19-2013 10:23:23  
This may not directly apply, but maybe you could use this information and a wiring diagram to find the answer.
Gas vehicle ignition systems used an ignition resistor or a resistive wire to apply 12 volts to the coil during start up and drop to 6 volts during run. They would simply bypass the resistor while cranking and place the resistor in the circuit when the starter was released.
A bad resistor or resistive wire would cause the problem you mention.
If you have a 12/6 volt fuel shutoff solenoid, maybe a similar arrangement is used.

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