Kubota M7500DT-A

Oktm

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I just picked up my first Kubota and it's about time to get to work! It is currently functional, but the electrical has been "fixed" significantly and I want to get everything working again. Does anyone have a legible wiring diagram available? There is one I found floating around online, but the scan quality is really low and leaves a lot of guessing. Also, the previous owner pointed out that the power steering leaks... somewhere (the whole system has oil on it so I can't tell) any common points of failure on that system before I dig in?
 

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... Does anyone have a legible wiring diagram available? There is one I found floating around online, but the scan quality is really low and leaves a lot of guessing.
Welcome!
PM'ing you a section of my M4500-M5500-M7500 WSM that may help. There's also a high quality scan of the M4500 wiring on kubotabooks.com, I think it's similar to the M7500.

... the power steering leaks... somewhere (the whole system has oil on it so I can't tell) any common points of failure on that system before I dig in?
Not that I know of. Best to clean it up and find where it leaks. Then use your WSM or post your query on this forum to troubleshoot or fix.
 
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Oktm

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Welcome!
PM'ing you a section of my M4500-M5500-M7500 WSM that may help. There's also a high quality scan of the M4500 wiring on kubotabooks.com, I think it's similar to the M7500.


Not that I know of. Best to clean it up and find where it leaks. Then use your WSM or post your query on this forum to troubleshoot or fix.
I got the cap off of the power steering bottle, and that fluid looks awfully clear and thin. I am thinking the PO was using power steering fluid instead of gear oil! I am going to need to flush it out I think.
 

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So the operators manual calls for SAE 80/90 weight oil, and the WSM calls for ISO VG 32 and warns against mixing fluids. I am guessing the WSM would have better information, but I think ISO 32 is close to a 10 weight if my research is correct. That is a huge variance!
 
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Simply use UDT in the steering.
 
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