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Fluid level? last time fluid and filter changed? Color of fluid? I'd guess the hydraulic pump is not getting enough fluid due to level or blockage. Possibly a crimped hydraulic line. Could also be a Bad wheel bearing or gears or lose Hydraulic motor so gear is not in proper position.
You "may" be able to find manual here: https://www.manualslib.com/ Or: http://www.manualsonline.com/
I have only old skid loaders but when wiring a switch from wires being cut, just connect all the same color wires to each other. The wiring is color coded so it shouldn't be a problem there. As for the hydraulic system, don't run the engine with no hydraulic oil or you'll burn up the pump. It's happened to me and pump had to be replaced. Check the hydraulic oil for full.
I worked for Kubota for 10 years and I am not familiar with a PTO temp sensor, John Deere or otherwise. The PTO function has nothing to do with engine other than slight increase in coolant temp when the PTO is under a load. Check for correct Hydraulic oil level(dipstick or sight glass in transaxel) and make sure grass or trash is not packed around the hydraulic oil cooler in front of the radiator. Remove the screen and use compressed air to clean it often. Change hydraulic oil filters every 100 hours
Jeff Tourcotte, I am experiencing this same problem. I unhooked crank and cam sensor and still blow the fuses. Any chance you can email these diagrams to me seeing I can not get them to open?
Did it work before? Are you aware that the pump in the trunk has a off and on switch, that could have been moved? Plus there are hydraulic arms that raise the top on each side of the car (Cylinder looking things those could be broken also? No wiring diagram sorry.