MY KUBOTA B7100 TRACTOR WILL NOT CUT, I CHANGED THE SWITCH, IT STILL WILL NOT CUT.
One thing is that the throttle grip can be pulled all the way back to shut down the machine. It is basically a way of shutting off the fuel to the pump. You will also have to turn the key to the off position, if you have one, as this will ensure that anything electrical is disabled. There is another way to shut down some of these machines. That method is: Just to the right of the steering column, (sitting on the seat) closer to the bottom of the dash will be a small lever, with the tip of the lever painted yellow. It’s about the middle of where you can see the rear of the battery when sitting in the seat. When the key is turned off, this lever is lifted to shut off the fuel entering the injector pump, killing the engine.
Sometimes this lever gets stuck in the “up” position and the next time you start your Kubota it will turn over and over again. Make sure it turns again after stopping the engine.