i'll check and see if all connections are tight. I changed the voltage regulator and went to a smaller battery after first hay cutting was done and hadn't ran tractor that much,but noticed that fuel gauge was off a little but didn't notice heat gauge difference until started cutting hay a couple weeks ago. Just wondering if that could cause any of these problems. Don't want to over heat my motor,and it didn't seen to be running hot. I looked in operators manual it said thermostat starts to open at 188 degrees and full open at 212 degrees.I guess I'll use meat thermometor soon as rain stops, and see what temp is. Well thanks for the help!Any other thoughts? Joe C
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