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    Member SouthernSky's Avatar
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    Jun 2005
    Deville, LA
    2013 Kubota L3200DT

    Default Water temp gauge points south

    When my kubota L2650 came out of the shop for a new clutch, I found the water temperature gauge needle was inoperative. Instead of being between HOT and COLD, the needle was out of the range of motion, pointing downward.

    The last thing I want to do is bring it back to these guys who redid my clutch to figure out what happened. All the connections appear tight.

    Any ideas?
    2013 Kubota L3200DT with LandPride FDR1672 grooming mower
    1995 Kubota L2650DT with Woods 1009 FEL (broken PTO)
    When I need attachments, I sorta borrow my neighbors while he's at work.

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    Elite Member Chilly807's Avatar
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    Sep 2009
    Nova Scotia
    Kubota L3400DT

    Default Re: Water temp gauge points south

    They may have started the tractor without the sensor hooked up, when you do this there's nothing to provide a "load" for the circuit. I did this with an '85 Chevy truck I owned, the dam*ed gas gauge never worked right after that.


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