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    Cub Cadet Model 70 w/ k181

    This engine is worn out. Has already been bored .060. I would consider a complete engine. Any recommended HP suggestions? Does Kohler make a replacement engine and how well does it fit? My model number is K181 and spec number is 30564d.
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    5240 WILL NOT MOVE

    Their are fie diodes in this six pin body. Terminal "c" is common to the others. In failed mode all 5 are "open " both directions. When warm their is resistance one way.
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    5240 WILL NOT MOVE

    Power shift indicator light comes on at engine start up and stays on continuous, not flashing. It will not flash with clutch pedal down.Tractor will not move. It only gives trouble when it is cold. Below 10 degrees . Pull it in shop for 5 minutes (60 degrees) and everything works properly. Temp probe has 1464 ohms at 4 degrees. I installed a 220 ohm resistor I had hoping to fool it into thinking it was 140 degrees. Set outside overnight and still the same failure. Tractor serial number is 1021947, no neutral on reverser control. The service manual code chart has a footnote that says to heck the SHR suppression diode. Correct, me if I am wrong, is this he 6 pin diode above the main hydraulic pump (A187863)? This diode tests bad when cold, warm it up and it checks good, put it in the freezer and it goes bad again. I have one on order. Funny thing is when tractor is operating properly I can remove this diode and it still works like it should. I am getting ready to hang a trouble light by the shift selector lever switch. Trying to determine what warms up. I am doing this outside beause it takes am overnight cool down to fail. The forward and reverse pressure is good I have not checked power shift pressure. Could all 4 pressure switches fail at the same time? HELP Thank You