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Originally Posted by LeRoy View Post
I checked the original sensor. It has a hard short to ground. I ordered the part from powertech. Their p/n was 05stkub05 which correlates to the kubota p/n 15543-83040, for future reference.

i always search the web if i can get a part number..
Napa and Advance and Orileys can cross a lot of this stuff if you take the time to get a part faster and cheaper.

like Polaris Ranger parts--most cross to Isuzu Car 626 parts from the 80's

im trying to help as this is a 50 buck simple switch form kubota
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