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81418784532&item=281418784532">G1900 Kubota, the glow plugs are energized when the keyswitch is moved halfway to the start position. Also the glow plug indicator light is illuminated when in this position. I hold the key in that position until the glow plug light goes out, and then crank the engine. On really cold days I repeat the glow plug cycle several times before cranking.
Hey, just because the battery sparks DOES NOT mean the battery is good...THE ONLY was to tell is to have the CCA (Cold Cranking Amps) checked..a battery company, Oreilly's, Autozone..etc.. can check it...
A battery can have 13+ volts and 0 CCA and IS BAD!!!!
The crank sensor only comes into play while the engine is cranking or running to tell the computer where TDC is.
A no crank issue would be only the starting or security system.
Do you have battery power at the starter when the key is in the start position ? Are the battery cables clean and tight on both ends ?
LETS SEE BATTERY GOOD! STARTER GOOD? BATTERY CABLES GOOD? CONNECTION FROM THE BATTERY GOOD! CONNECTION FROM THE STARTER TO THE BATTERY GOOD!
WIRE FROM THE STARTER TO THE IGNITION SWITCH GOOD???
IN THIS WIRE THERE IS A FUSEABLE LINK CHECK IT
IF YOU CAN SHORT THE SOLINOID OUT ON THE STARTER AND THE CAR TURNS OVER THE FUSEABLE LINK IS BAD
IF EVERYTHING IS GOOD CHECK TO SEE IF THE MOTOR IS GOOD
Make sure the connections and the cables are good.No corrosion on cables.If the lights in the dash flicker this is usually a sign that the battery is not good or it is not making good contact.Have the charging system and battery load tested.Hope this helps.Good luck.
The clicking you hear usually indicates a poor battery or battery connection. Have your battery load tested first. You may have a bad cell in it causing it to be weak enough not to be able to supply the amps needed to turn the starter. If you haven't had the battery load tested then it could be bad. My guess is that the battery is bad. Good luck.