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"kubota 1670 lawn tractor" Won't start. Lights no operating with key on. New battery and YES it's hooked up properly.

Ran fine 2 months ago.

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Check the voltage coming form the battery to be sure. Don't know what kind of car you have so can't go any deeper.

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