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I have a 1 yr. ferris mower 2000z 61'' It dies when apply brake.

I have a 1 yr. ferris mower 2000z 61'' kaw.25hp. Runs good, When releasing the brake it wants to die. Is something wrong with the safety switches?

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IT COULD BE THE SEAT SWICH OR THE BRAKE SWICH

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

Testimonial: "checked all switches w/Ohm meter all sw's are working, could the delay box be bad? Id like to by pass all of these switches. "

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    mickey813 Oct 02, 2009

    YA IT COULD BE

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