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Dean Lofthouse

Kubota L2550D dash warning light

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I have the above tractor and when driving it today it was making a bit of a squeeling noise, couldn't tell where it was coming from.

 

I left it on the drive ticking over when the engine suddenly started labouring as if under load. I jumped in to turn it off and there was a light on on the dash on the far right, which looks like a pot with an arrow coming in from either side and a dashed line at the bottom.

 

Does anyone know what it is ?

 

I carefully drove it back to the yard and there was still a slight squeal every now and again but it obviously needs looking at asap. I just need to know what the light is first

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I have the above tractor and when driving it today it was making a bit of a squeeling noise, couldn't tell where it was coming from.

 

I left it on the drive ticking over when the engine suddenly started labouring as if under load. I jumped in to turn it off and there was a light on on the dash on the far right, which looks like a pot with an arrow coming in from either side and a dashed line at the bottom.

 

Does anyone know what it is ?

 

I carefully drove it back to the yard and there was still a slight squeal every now and again but it obviously needs looking at asap. I just need to know what the light is first

 

Do you think it needs a brew????

 

Did it used to belong to Bob???

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well its obviously a bog seat with emergency hand grabs, have you checked the bog roll holder, you will be sorry if its empty:001_tt2:

on second thoughts it appears to be engine oil level, i'd guess the cog with arrows is gear oil level and the bog seat shape refers to the engine?

Edited by armchairarborist

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Dean, if its No 7 its definately oil pressure.

 

Weren't Nos 1 or 2 on though? Should have been if oil pressure light was on.

 

Going from memory, here's a few I know;

 

No4; eng oil temp

No5; hyd oil temp

No6; hyd oil pressure

No7; eng oil pressure

No8; High beam

No9; Charge

No10; engine air filter

No11; hyd oil filter

 

Hope that helps Dean, been a few sleeps since i was on a mechanical horse!

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