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|Bob||Have a B1700 series Kubota tractor, tractor starts up but doesn't keep running, checked the electrical system, replaced the D.C. Solenoid and it still hasn't helped it. Gas full, any suggestions?
|gene||I assume it is a gas engine form your post. Check for voltage at the "+" terminal of the coil with the ignition switch in the "run" position. If no voltage, check for a resistor ahead of the coil, or for faulty ignition switch. It sounds like you are getting voltage in "start" position but loosing it in "run".
|fruitacres||You may have a defective key start switch or defective timer for the stop solenoid. Try disconnecting the stop solenoid and try again.