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#21  
Just use your other tractor to lift the loader...lol You can use a floor jack just hold the joy stick in the up position....

Thank you! I’ll be able to sleep tonight 😂
This whole thing is stressing me!🥵
 
   / Starting fluid #22  
What's your battery voltage? Have you checked it while running? Does it hold after you kill it? Sounds like you found your problem.
 
   / Starting fluid #23  
Well the glow plugs are getting power 9 + volts.
What does the glow plugs getting 9+ volts have to do whether they work or not? That only tells you that they are getting volts, not if they work.

I'd want to know if they actually work or not, but I don't have a Kioti, so I don't know how to check their GP's.

SR
 
   / Starting fluid #24  
Road service for the "big rigs" use wd-40 to test for fuel/sensor problems for the computerized engines
 
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What's your battery voltage? Have you checked it while running? Does it hold after you kill it? Sounds like you found your problem.

Battery voltage is is 12.6 sitting. It will not run it looks to be “injection pump failure and the cause was usually broken teeth on the gears that control the amount of injected fuel”
The shop is looking for a new one ( parts are hard to find, supply chain issues)
Thanks for your answer bro.
 
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#26  
What does the glow plugs getting 9+ volts have to do whether they work or not? That only tells you that they are getting volts, not if they work.

I'd want to know if they actually work or not, but I don't have a Kioti, so I don't know how to check their GP's.

Hopefully I’ll be able to know more when it goes into the shop this week I hope!
SR
 
   / Starting fluid #27  
Battery voltage is is 12.6 sitting. It will not run it looks to be “injection pump failure and the cause was usually broken teeth on the gears that control the amount of injected fuel”
The shop is looking for a new one ( parts are hard to find, supply chain issues)
Thanks for your answer bro.
Gears shouldn't break. Never seen or heard of that.
 
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#28  
Gears shouldn't break. Never seen or heard of that.

It was a very common problem with the 2004-2007 or so on the Kioti tractors.
It happened to me several years ago, several teeth broke off so we found a post on TBN that suggested turning the gears 180 and worked fine until last Friday.
 
   / Starting fluid #29  
It was a very common problem with the 2004-2007 or so on the Kioti tractors.
It happened to me several years ago, several teeth broke off so we found a post on TBN that suggested turning the gears 180 and worked fine until last Friday.
Are they plastic? Or just not beefy enough?
 
 
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