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Old 14 May 2011, 10:28   #1
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Kill cord/stop switch...

So the 25 Merc arrived yesterday with all the bits to stick the tiller back on.

Quick check needed , the tiller has a stop switch and the engine has a kill cord switch . Both have a black wire and a black/yellow wire coming from them .

The black/yellow have bullet connectors, the black have ring ends .

I'm assuming black is to go to the engine block/earth ? The black & yellow connect to the black yellow bullet that is currently empty on the engine?

Pics - are - the wires unconnected in 1st , connected as I think they should be in 2nd ...
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Old 14 May 2011, 12:54   #2
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I learn't that the 'search' function on here works...

Yes the black & Yellow is merc kill cord wire , grounds it when the cord is pulled or the stop switch pressed....

I have found my 16mm ring spanner so off to bolt the tiller on now as the throttle/gears are all connected and it seems to be going in & out OK .
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Old 14 May 2011, 16:25   #3
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When I took it off that black yellow wire with ring was earthed to the side - I left the bolt loose for you, it's meant for double up with the included kill cord which fits to the front of the engine tray, also it doubles to the stop button on the tiller.

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When I took it off that black yellow wire with ring was earthed to the side - I left the bolt loose for you, it's meant for double up with the included kill cord which fits to the front of the engine tray, also it doubles to the stop button on the tiller.

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Yep - photo looks like the black yellow has the ring, but its just the blacks with rings connectors , black & yellow is bullets for the ignition to be earthed if the switch is thrown /button pressed ....

I think ......
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Old 14 May 2011, 16:46   #5
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that is going to be mental!! ha ha cant wait to see it in action!
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Yep - photo looks like the black yellow has the ring, but its just the blacks with rings connectors , black & yellow is bullets for the ignition to be earthed if the switch is thrown /button pressed ....

I think ......
Yea the black ring was earthed to block right beside - its the only loose bolt there and the black/yellow connects together.

You don't have to fit the switch....but I would 

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