I have a Kubota tractor L2501 with only 8 hours of use. Yesterday, on two different occasions, the engine went out when the bush stumbled. Every time I try to start it again, it acts as if the battery was dead and rotated but it does not. The twice, I had to leave the tractor at rest for 30 minutes or so, and then started. I have never had any other problem with the boot, so I find it hard to believe that it is the battery, but I’m not sure what else could be.
“Act as if the battery was dead and rotated but it does not turn on”
Do you mean that the boot engine works but does not engage and spin the engine? Or that the solenoid clicks but the boot engine does not work?
If this is the latter, tighten the terminals nuts from the large boot solenoid copper posts. The copper poles expand by the heat of the motor and release the battery cable and the starter motor enough to break the connection.
If it is the first case, call your dealership, as it would be a boot engine problem.
The third scenario is that the excess work and overheating of the engine and / or the transmission activate a safety switch and turn off the engine until everything is cooled. If this happens, reduce the speed and do not work so much. This happens mostly with the units equipped with hydrostatic transmission.