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Kill switches, Kill wiring, Loose wire, how it works

Just giving this thread a more generic searchable name for people with loose wires, engines that won't stop, kill wiring, kill switches, throttle kill wiring, carburetor box wiring, carburetor key switch et al

https://www.snowblowerforum.com/forum...50-67324k.html

If your question seems to match this image.. it's a good place to look

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The information is good but slightly spread out because I was a newbie reverse-engineering stuff. (Still am!)

Message #6 in that thread was my "Eureka!" moment.

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