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    1976 kubota b6000 starting issues

    Yes, if you crank it enough it will start without glow plugs being activated. The white smoke is an indicator the engine is cold. It should disappear in a few minutes. You can check the glow plugs to see if they're good. The indicator light concerns me. On older tractors it wasn't really a...
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    What do the little numbers mean in the wiring schematic?

    The numbers appear to refer to wire size.
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    B 1700 Hard start, black smoke pouring out exhaust

    As a first step try cleaning the air cleaner and make sure there are no obstructions between the air cleaner and the intake manifold.
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    B7100 glow plug indicator not glowing.

    If your "indicator" is a coil of nichrome wire like many older tractors you may NOT see it glow. If it burns out or opens in any way though your glow plugs won't work at all. They're wired in series with it. Glow plugs run at 10.5 volts. That coil of wire drops the extra 1.5 volts.
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    Did you get yours yet?

    How do you pay your taxes or get refunds? I use my bank account and that's where my stimulus check went automatically. If that's how your system works you may have received and spent the money already. Check your bank statements. I managed to have expenses about the time of receiving the...
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    Quick Disconnect Drip?

    I've no experience in this area but have seen others suggest connecting and disconnecting from the quick disconnect to stop a slow leak or drip.
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    Engine oil leak

    You could try tightening your oil pan bolts. They don't have to be real tight but they should be the same tightness. Use a torque wrench for the operation. The Kubota specs should state the proper torque.
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    Need A Little Help.

    According to your picture you have three five amp fuses. They are on different circuits. You need to identify which circuit is affected to begin troubleshooting. You can also look for wires mice have been working on or places where wires could be pinched or bare along their paths.
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    governor issue

    You say the tractor is HST. Does it have gear ranges? Mine has three ranges. For climbing a hill try a lower gear range. Be sure the parking brake is not engaged. I've found that easy to overlook on my tractor. It will go anyhow but seems lacking in power.
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    Can't get BX1500 to start.

    What is the battery voltage just sitting and what is the voltage when you try to crank? Disconnect the battery. Clean the terminals. Clean cable ends. Have battery load tested. Reconnect cables. Follow ground wire to frame. Clean and tighten. This may not solve your problem but it will...
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    L3540 HST wire replacement

    Your switch could be fine. It sounds like the pedal is sticking. Make sure there's nothing underneath jamming then lubricate where it pivots. You should hopefully be good to go at that point.
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    Need A Little Help.

    I presume you refer to a particular five amp fuse. Which one?
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    L175 Radiator Cleaning/Maintenance

    Having used tap water in your system you should probably drain it as best you can. Insert your garden hose into the top radiator hose and run water into the engine, leaving the bottom hose disconnected to drain. This will reverse flush the block. Reverse flush the radiator (in at the bottom...
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    L225 Blown 10 Amp Fuse

    More information is required. What circuit is fed by the ten amp fuse? Does the tractor only have one fuse?
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    L4400D (gear Drive) No Start

    You seem to have a voltage problem. Clean the battery terminals and the cable clamps. Follow the ground wire to the frame connection is clean. Have the battery load tested.