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|Mitch||I got a friend that is having problems with his kubota. He is having problems with the electric system. Does anyone know someone that he could call and get some help?
|greg||what problems are you having?
|Mitch||He would like 2 know if the wire that hooks into the AC altinator if it uses AC voltage or HZ. And why would the AC voltage cirute be moving from 18volts and .5 volts? That is what he has written down for me post.
|scott corey||I have the same problem. Did anyone every help you solve the problem? Mine auto return feature seems to be the culprit. It won't swing left or right. The varying voltage you found was from the A/R box I think as it has low voltage output to the control switches that run the solonoids.
please e-mail me at if you have answers. Did anyone suggest a spool kit? I don't know what that is but saw it on another site but not follow up.