Re: John Deere - Seat Switch Semi-Disable Help
- From: Joe Page <getools@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2008 09:05:41 -0800 (PST)
On Feb 4, 4:13 pm, dicko <dr...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On my JD (I have a different model, 300), all I have to do is set the
parking brake and it continues running when I get off theseatbut if
the blade is engaged, it shuts down. If the parking brake is not
engaged, it always shuts down when I get out of theseat.
Have you tried setting the parking brake and seen what happens?
On Mon, 4 Feb 2008 12:40:58 -0800 (PST), Joe Page <geto...@xxxxxxxxx>
I've been trying to find a way to disable the killswitchon theseat
WITHOUT disabling killing it while the blade is engaged.
Simply disconnecting the coupling on myJohnDeereL110 disables the
kill when I get off theseat, but then the engine cuts off when the
blade is engaged.
I disconnected the wire from the blade engageswitchthat runs to the
seatswitch, but now the lawn mower is in super deadly mode, and does
not stop when I get off - even when the blade is running.
I've tried jumping/shoritng various connections in the wires that go
into theseatswitch, but nothing seems to work.
Any help would be appreciated, since I don't want to keep restarting
my lawn mower a few hundred times as I empty the leaves from the bin,
but I also don't want to run the thing in foot-chop mode.
Joe- Hide quoted text -
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I guess that's why a user manual would be good to have.
Was able to easily put the machine back the way it was, and that works
just as designed.