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Old 04-30-2006, 01:28 PM
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A solution for an Emark Hp

I have a 2005 hp 20hp kohler, 52". I was wanting to know how you disable the kill switch under the seat. I'm tired of having to get up and pick up sticks toys, bottles, ect and disengaging and engaging the clutch. I know I could go around and pick up all the stuff before hand its just a pain. Plus I dont have to mow on any hills its all flat so I'm pretty safe mowing. Any help? I want hold any party responsible for the information


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Old 04-30-2006, 03:47 PM
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I'm not familiar with Exmark units but most have a switch built into the plug connector that plugs to the seat switch. First unplug the seat switch if that doesn't do it take a plastic wire tie wrap and wrap it around the plug connector between the two wires so it pushes in the small gray button between the two female spade connectors in the plug. If still nothing leave the wire tie in place and add a jumper wire to the two female connectors.
I'm sure one of these combinations will do the trick.
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Old 04-30-2006, 04:20 PM
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thanks fors the reponse. I unhooked the plug but it still cut off. I'll try the wire tie and jumper method in a minute and let you know if that works. Thanks again.

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