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Hey guys. I know it isn't wise to disengage kill switches, but, call me a rebel. How and where do I disengage the one that prevents me from mowing in reverse, and how/where do I disengage the seat one.
Forgive my request, but I have somewhat of a learning disability and am somewhat visual. If at all possible, when instructing me how to disengage these two switches, please talk in very simple terms and (if possible) include diagrams/drawings/photos to help me locate them easier. I apologize for asking so much of ya'll right off the bat. So glad I found this place!
 

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Sorry, CharlieInTx. Totally against the site rules to discuss/instruct the bypassing of manufacturer installed safety switches. You may really want to reconsider this idea. Sure hate to hear of someone mowing a ditch in reverse and falling off the mower, only to be injured because the engine didn't shut off because the safeties were bypassed.

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Crap. Please forgive me and don't penalize me for this question. I understand why the rule is there, but wasn't my intention to break any rules. Thanks for the response.
 
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