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Bypassing the Clutch on a Riding Mower?

How can I bypass a clutch on a riding mower so I don't need it to start the mower?

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January 23, 20172 found this helpful
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It's usually just a push button kind of switch. Look underneath the mower where you clutch is and push it down (sometimes theres a mechanism connected to the clutch pushing the switch, depending if it's an open or close type) grab a zip tie and tie it around if its a close. If not snip and strip them and wire together the two leads.

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June 29, 20200 found this helpful

my bypass switch has 2 yellow wires 1 yellow and black 1 red and 1 red and black how do i hot wire this

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