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Old 04 August 2006, 04:40   #1
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Where does this wire go??!

anyone know please (the brown and back wires) (3rd picture) they appear to come from the tiller area but they not connected to anything?! thanks guys, oooh engine is a 4hp mercury 2stroke - thanks
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Old 04 August 2006, 05:19   #2
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Not sure where the go, but the brown and black on 80's mercs were the ones going to the kill switch. I'd guess the brown will be heading back into the ignition system somewhere-the black ones went to earth.
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I've got a spare kill switch button, I'll wire them up to that (with the cord on) and see how I go at starting it - cheers NOS
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