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Wiring an electric start Briggs on a Ferris walk behind

Discussion in 'Mechanic and Repair' started by 92utownxj, Apr 22, 2013.

  1. 92utownxj

    92utownxj LawnSite Member
    Messages: 9

    I don't have the neutral switch for the transmission. I'm not too concerned about that one. I want the operator presence switch on the handle bars to work though. I found the wiring diagram for the pto and operator presence, but it doesn't make sense to me since I now have a 6 terminal briggs ignition now. I'll see if I can upload the wiring diagram I used for the ignition and the one for the operator presence.
  2. 92utownxj

    92utownxj LawnSite Member
    Messages: 9

    The Briggs wiring diagram is the one I used to wire the ignition with a 6 terminal key switch. I think terminal 2 is what I can wire the pto switch to since I do not have an anti-afterfire solenoid. I need to test it, but that should be hot when it's running. Then I can go key switch, pto switch, to clutch. Just have to figure out the operator presence wiring.

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