I was told it is my light switch .Yes it a ck3510.
Fred m thanks for you help . I will be checking it all out .I cannot find a wiring diagram, I would suggest you check wiring connections, relays, as headlights could be relay controlled.
yes I have and i will be doing more checking . I was told it could be my light switch .but i will be looking in to it deeper. thank you for your help. ken
You could have water in the headlight/hazard switch if this is a combination switch, this will create a short and blow fuses, seeing that you have hosed the machine down, try some dewatering fluid in the switch, you may have to remove the switch and try and get the fluid in from the top end, or you could carefully use a hair dryer to warm the switch up and dry it out if this is the problem.
I will be looking at it tomorrow to see what it is. I think it in the switch .I just need time to check it out . Thanks for your help .I So I post what I find.
Sorry, I meant turn signal and headlight combo switch, seems hazard got there by mistake.Not a combination switch on the tractor......The headlight and turn signals are on the same switch but the hazard lights are a different switch located on the opposite side of the dash.....He has the same model Kioti that I do....
You think that it is in both switches? Unless yours is different then mine you have separate switches for the headlights and the hazard lights....I honestly think that you have a wiring problem not a switch problem.....Possibly a grounding problem...
It appears that the lights were working prior to washing from what the OP quoted and that is what I have based my assumption on, and you could be right Squid with a bad ground.Yes all I have done is wash the mud off. The next time I put the lights on it blow the fuse. I replace the fuse and still no lights.