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Kubota T1670 not charging

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10-20-2019 10:37:31

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Kubota T1670 with 15hp Kubota engine is not charging the battery. I put a new battery in it and now the battery is very low and only showing 11 volts when its running. What can I do to fix it? TIA

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Mule Meat

10-23-2019 09:32:48

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 Re: Kubota T1670 not charging in reply to woodvue, 10-20-2019 10:37:31  
Should be a early to mid 2K Kohler engine.

Locate the retifier (voltage regulator) on the side of the engine.

Run a ground wire from one of the rectifiers mounting screws to a good ground on the engine or fame.

Start the engine and watch the Ampmeter if equipted for it to go full + . It will do this until the battery is charged. If you have a volt meter. It should read somewhere between 13.2 and 14.6 volts at full throttle at the battery.

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10-21-2019 13:58:09

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 Re: Kubota T1670 not charging in reply to woodvue, 10-20-2019 10:37:31  
Looks like pin three on engine connector should read 14.6 with engine running. This charges the battery from pin three through seat switch, pins a and b on start switch and through 30 amp fuse to battery. Diagram URL below....

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