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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
See if there is a plastic connector on the wires leading to the seat switch. If there is try disconnecting it and use a piece of wire (with insulation on it) to use a jumper. There is probably two wires coming from the tractor to the seat. After disconnecting Place one end of wire into the wire connector coming tractor and the other end of wire in the same connector on the other side. That will act like the seat switch is closed like you are setting on it. Try and start. Had the same problem on an electric hyster at work and that was the fix we used because the switch is pretty expensive and a hassle to change.
Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
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