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tractor won't start in cold weather
|Harold Essary||I have a Kubota L2000DT series (4x4). Starts easily in warm weather, but not in cold. I have checked battery and connectors. Today it would not even "jump start". Anybody got ideas on what I can check?
|JON|| Sounds like you have a glow plug problem.
A fuse. A wire connector. Or could be bad
glow plugs. Check the current going to the
glow plugs with a volt meter before tackling
|George|| Are you turning the ignition switch to glow plug
warm before starting the engine?
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