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Cub Cadet w/ Kohler sv725-3021.Oil light came on,stopped,add oil to full. Restart, light off then blinking off and on. Rechecked oil, full. Started again same thing. Comments please Thank you,Charlie

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Screw a test gage in the engine where the electric sending unit is. Check to see what the pressure is cold and after it is warmed up. It may be a bad sender.

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SOURCE: finding the oil plug on Cub Cadet LT 1050 with Cohler engine

It is probably on the right side in the middle of the engine. It should have a yellow cap on the end of the drain. Take the cape off and slide about a 12" piece of 5/8" x 1/2" clear vinyl tubing (available at Home Depot, Lowe's, etc.) on the end, turn the plastic body to the left (about 1/4") and pull out about a 1/4". Oil will flow. Reverse to shut off.

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SOURCE: I have a cub cadet lt1550 and the oil light is

The mower is programmed to remind you to change the oil every 50 hours. It will continue blinking for 2 hours. It will begin blinking again at 100 hours and every 50 hours after that. There is no manual reset.

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you need to change your ,and if you already have,the light come on evevy 50 hours to let you know to change your oil, the light will go out after about 2 hours,there is a way to reset it in your owner manual, I just unhooked my battery and it reset

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SOURCE: how do i reset the change oil light on a 1040 cub

The Service Monitor meter contains a service minder function that utilizes the 4-digit LCD display. The letters "CHG" will display followed by the letters "OIL" and then followed by the meter accumulated time. "CHG"/"OIL"/TIME will alternate on the display for five(5) minutes after the meter reaches 50 hours. The display will also flash as described above for five(5) minutes every time the tractor has been started during the maintenance time interval. The interval will occur every 50 hours and will be in effect for two(2) hours ( Example: this feature will display from 50-52 hrs., 100-102 hrs., 150-152 hrs etc...). While the LCD is displaying the "CHG"/"OIL"/TIME letters, the red LED "oil symbol" will also be flashing for the entire five(5) minutes. The meter display will return to normal function automatically after the reminder maintenance time interval of two(2) hours.There is no method of manually re-setting this Service Monitor gauge.

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