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Homepage Today's Posts Search Register. Forgot your Password? Sign Up. Remember Me? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of I mowed about 2 weeks ago without issues. After I was done I parked it and we left for vacation. This evening I was going to mow, but I can't get it to crank at all.Diesel Glow PLUG SOLENOID RELAY Explain
When I turn the key half way, you can hear the snap of the solenoid and the dash lights come on. Turn signals work, headlights work. When I turn the key to start, nothing changes. It does not attempt to crank at all. I checked my hydro pedal and PTO is off.
There was corrosion around the positive terminal on the battery, but my cable seems fine. I cleaned it all up and put the cable back on, but still nothing. Just not sure where to go from there. Any help would be appreciated. Reply With Quote. Re: CT - Won't turn over Does the parking brake need to be "set" to start this model? Re: CT - Won't turn over. Originally Posted by arnoldziffel.
Re: CT - Won't turn over Check your dead-man switch. They are a common auto parts replacement part. King Kutter Rotary Cutter. EA 50 inch single lid "wicked" Grapple. Best way to search TBN. Igitur qui desiderat pacem praeparet bellum. Originally Posted by k0ua.
The start relays on Kioti's Daedongs. Re: CT - Won't turn over Well I don't have the full workshop manual for the CK30, but on my DK35se, there is a start relay that the key energizes the coil of and it sends power to the starter solenoid.
It is on the firewall on the DK35se on the far left. You really need the full workshop manual showing placement of components and the full schematic. On the DK there are three relays in a row, start relay, pre-heat glow plugs relay, and fuel solenoid relay.
You can usually just swap the start relay for the fuel relay on the DK to see if the start relay is the problem as the start relay and the fuel solenoid relay are the same. The pre-heat relay is larger and has a higher rating 70 amps.
Re: CT - Won't turn over Check the neutral safety switch on the hydrostatic pedal. They are very easy to foul with grass or twigs. Takes almost nothing to hold them open.Open the engine door and they are on the bottom right under the 2 small black protective covers, and the fuse chart is usually on the door at the bottom near the fuses.
Under the front part of the seat a black cover about 3 by 8 inches, take the cover off with half inch socket one bolt on each side. The fuse box on a Bobcat is located on the floor board of the operator's compartment. There are two bolts that have to be removed to access the fuse box. Yes, There is an in line fuse at the bottom of the windshield and another between your legs. If the fan motor is workoing then it would be the in-line fuse.
There are two fuse locations for your Chevrolet Blazer radio. There is a fuse in the wiring harness behind the radio. There is a radio fuse in the fuse box. The location of the radio fuse will be listed on the inside cover of the fuse box. Fuse is in the passenger side kick panel fuse box. Look at the inside of the kick panel for exact location. The location of the AC fuse on a Toyota Corolla is underneath the hood. The fuse will be in the drivers side fuse box and should be clearly marked.
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Thanks for joining us and I hope you enjoy your stay!! Welcome to HeavyEquipmentForums. Bobcat keeps blowing engine fuse!! I unplugged the alternator, and it started, but after I shut it off and tried to start it again, it popped the fuse again! Please help! Welcome to HEF kamshaft. What's the machine serial number? Last edited: Mar 7, Thank you for replying. I am not sure the series.
Serial The C series has a two piece rear door, orange at the bottom with a black piece on the top of the rear door and rectangle headlights. The F series has a one piece stamped rear door, all orange, and rectangle headlights. The G series has triangle shaped headlights. The BOSS system has a display panel on the right side where ignition switch is located.
Watch out for the electric fuel shutoff if it has one. I have seen them short out and blow the fuse on other bobcats.Forum Rules. Home Forums Reviews Articles Store. Homepage Today's Posts Search Register. Forgot your Password? Sign Up. Remember Me? Results 1 to 8 of 8. Bobcat S Glow Plug Problem Hello; I have an S and when turning the key to run, the glow plug light blinks and the alarm beeps three times.
When the key is turned to start, it does start, but the glow plug light keeps blinking. The "countdown" timer never counts down and only displays the total hours.
The temperature here is 16 degrees. Any help would be appreciated before I start replacing the glow plugs. Thanks in advance. Reply With Quote. Originally Posted by SSdoxie. When that happens push and hold the "Hold For Codes" button, see what code comes up.
Originally Posted by Honingbob. Hello; I have an S and when turning the key to run, the glow plug light blinks and the alarm beeps three times. Went to start it the other day and the glow plug wouldn't work. It was cold, around 20F and was colder that night. I had the block heater on for a day before trying to start. Glow plug light would come on then shut off. I tried starting ether, but didn't help. Ran the battery down, so hooked it up to my truck. Next day I opened the fuse and relay box and swapped out the Glow Plug relay with the rear light one and everything worked.
Used if for an hour or so and everything was working just fine, glow plugs would fire for about 5 seconds when I shut it down and restarted.
Got a new relay from NAPA and pulled all fuses and relays and coated with dielectric grease, put it all back together, all's good. Tonight, tried to start her and same thing, glow plugs come on and say 29 seconds, then shut down. Open the fuse box cover and all's good in there, swapped the relays and nothing this time. Didn't fix it. For some reason, it did start, maybe cause it ran a couple of days ago, but I know if I leave it for a week or so, it won't.
Does anyone have a suggestion for where I should look? Originally Posted by bcantell. Glow plugs with auto-timer will only stay on for about 30 seconds then shut off. If more glow plug is needed cycle key off then back on to have timer start over again. Approximately 30 second limit on duration is to protect glow plug from exess heat and damage.The Dodge diesel truck glow plug relay is located in the fuse box.
The fuse box is located behind the battery box. The glow plug relay will be in the right upper corner of the box. Follow the glow plug supply wire from the engine to the firewall.
The small box mounted there has the fuse mounted under the cover. Yes the glow plug fuse is the R2 relay in the fuse box, there is a fusible link as well that is the thick red one coming out the front of the fuse box. The glow plug, on a 7.
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The glow plug cord is located near the drivers side wheel well. The glow plug relay, on your Ford 6. The fuse box can be found in the engine compartment. You have a problem in the glow plug system. You will need to test for a shorted glow plug by making a test harness with a 15 amp fuse in it and applying 12 volts to each glow plug to see which blows the fuse.
Be very careful when trying to remove the glow plugs. Only attempt with a fully warm engine drive it for 30 minutes first. Do not try to force them to turn, they will break. On that panel is the glow plug relay. Glow plugs don't necessarily have a fuse. They do have fusible links though.
That is a wire with a smaller gauge wire in line that will burn should a short occur. On a ford they are usually near the glow plug controller.
However all the glow plug wires on idi fords are made of the fusible link wire so they could realistically burn in 2 anywhere. The glow plug is the diesel version of a spark plug. There are 4 glow plugs 1 for each cyl. AnswerThe glow plug is NOT the diesel version of a spark plug, they both do different jobs.
The glow plug is there to aid starting when the engine is cold.
Glow is probably for "glow plug" which is a diesel engine application. If your vehicle isn't diesel, it had that option as an engine, so that fuse would be found empty in your vehicle.
If your vehicle is a diesel, a blown fuse here would lead to a "hard to start"or "no start" issue. The glow-plugs are located under the valve covers. There is a single wire that comes out of each injector harness that powers each glow-plug. Disconnect the single wire from the glow plug.
Connect the gator clip of a test light to a positive and probe the glow plug terminal with the test light. If test light does not come on the glow plug is bad. Are your brake lights out - usually it's a fuse for the brake lights.
The glow plugs are screwed into the side of the engine, directly underneath the fuel injectors. The glow plug controller or power solenoid has likely failed.
The solenoid is located on the driver's side inner fender. If the solenoid tests ok with the key in run, then replace the glow plug controller.Forum Rules. Home Forums Reviews Articles Store. Homepage Today's Posts Search Register. Forgot your Password? Sign Up. Remember Me? Results 1 to 6 of 6. Bobcat Glow Plug operation Good morning, I am a newbie to the forum and hope I have this posted in the correct forum.
I recently purchased my first Bobcat. It is a Bobcat with hours. It is in realitively good shape. I found that the glow plug relay and socket that is located above the battery had shorted and both had to be replaced.
Since the relay and socket had fused together, I am concerned about the operation of the glow plug solenoid. When the ignition switch is turned, on the glow plugs relay energizes. I have not tried to leave it on for an extended period of time for fear of burning the glow plugs out. Some glow plugs are controlled by a push button, yet some are controlled by the ignition switch.
I doubt that these are controlled automatically.
I have reviewed the wiring schematic and the control lead of the solenoid goes to the "System Control Unit". My question, how are the glow plugs controlled ie, is it automatic or by a switch? Thanks for any help! Reply With Quote. Re: Bobcat Glow Plug operation That age the glow plug worked with key turned left and hold to pre-heat then would also engage relay when key in Start Position.
I suspect someone hooked the glow plug wire at the ignition switch to the "run" terminal of the switch. Fairly sure they did not have auto-timed glow plugs on that model in '93, might have them if it is BOSS display unit bit I'm not sure.
Re: Bobcat Glow Plug operation Dennis is correct with turing and holding the ignition switch to the left.
There was no auto-timed, you had to hold for 10 seconds, 20 seconds, 30 seconds, etc. I'd say Dennis' guess of incorrect wiring is likely accurate. Originally Posted by SSdoxie. That age the glow plug worked with key turned left and hold to pre-heat then would also engage relay when key in Start Position.Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community.
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