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Electrical in a scat trak skidsteer with a 42hp kubota deisel

No matter what battery and combo with jumper cables to a truck it will not generate enuff power to start-injectors not spraying enuff fuel was one answer i recieved---anybody know

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    Same thing, having electric problems with the scat trak



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Try using 2 batteries to spin it over faster

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I installed aftermarket fule pump to incresefule presure

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