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if the bobcat starts and then runs for a short time then dies the first place to look is the fuel system.fuel filters are the most common problems that i see replace those first.i have also found some junk inside the pickup tube inside the tank.there is probably a ball type hand pump to prime the fuel system.give that a squeeze and see if its hard.if thats the case there shoud be a small screw on top of the fuel filter.loosen that screw and see if fuel comes out when you sqeeze the ball.if your changing fuel filters this is also where you blead air from the system,keep pumping untill there is only fuel and no air.if you still get air after pumping for a long time then your sucking air into the system between the tank and pump.after you get fuel there close the screw,loosen the injector lines going to the injectors,crank the engine,and tighten when fuel comes out (keep clear because that is high pressure fuel).after you get fuel at all injectors and they are all tightened it should start.
something is drawing too much current, pump running full time due to leak in air shock or line. have a mechanic take a look at it and sit down before they tell you how much it is going to cost. take a look at www.strutmasters.com for a kit to turn it into a regular shock and spring set up. One part of this system after another will need to be replaced, convert it or sell it.
Fuses are a protection device and I guess that this is for the condenser section and compressor. If they blow right now when it is turned on would indicate that there is a short in the wiring or motor or compressor. If it trys to start and the outside fan starts and the compressor just humms and blows fuse, you have a locked compressor. Might check run capacitor or install a hard start kit and see if it will brake it loose, if not bad compressor