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Kubota mini digger KX61-2

Discussion in 'Machinery' started by redwood, Jun 14, 2018.

  1. redwood

    redwood New Member

    Location:
    Bergerac, France
    Can anyone help me with what I hope is a simple problem. I had some work done on the digger - new drive motor - that shouldn't have touched the electrics but now I have no working fuel gauge, temp gauge and high speed drive. I'm trying to find anything that resembles a fuse box but so far no luck. Any suggestions.
    Apologies for sounding thick but I'm not a mechanic and bought the machine second hand in France to use on the renovation I'm doing. The seller and last mechanic have both gone to the UK and local help is thin on the ground. To complicate things a bit I'm pretty sure it's a grey import from Japan which makes the French run for the hills.
     
  2. This is from the dash 3’s. Hopefully yours is similar....

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  3. redwood

    redwood New Member

    Location:
    Bergerac, France
    Thanks - I'll have a look and see what damage I can do!
     
  4. Sparkplug

    Sparkplug Member

    Japanese built grey imports from memory have model numbers begining with 0 so 040, 025 etc and whilst looking very similar also looked different.
    Most would not have a cab, and a lot of importers would repaint in European Colours and re badge, to appear as German built. Post a picture to see what it looks like - serial no stamped on top or side of kingpost.
     
  5. redwood

    redwood New Member

    Location:
    Bergerac, France
    The serial No. is; KO22-10984. Picture attached.
     

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  6. Sparkplug

    Sparkplug Member

    Yes as suspected - it has had the treatment to appear European - you maybe able to find a parts book or info online if you search Kubota KX020 .
    It would originally be a bluey green in colour, but not sure of the cross over of parts in terms of compatability.
     

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