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 08-05-2006, 20:44 Post: 133011
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Hey guys, Just got a TC45DA and I need to figure out how to disconnect the seat sensor. If not I am going to need a new starter soon for as much as I jump off the seat. Any suggestions?

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 08-05-2006, 20:54 Post: 133013
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Can't you just disengage the pto when getting out of the seat?






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 08-06-2006, 06:10 Post: 133014
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 How to disconnect seat sensor?

Unplug it and put in a jumper wire. Do not cut it. The dealers can not return it to you if it is not working.

Mine has been disconnected since day one and rehooked twice and the friggin PITA PTO shield is removed also. What a PITA to hook stuff up with a half dozen bullet proof shields. Most shields are removed.

It just seems safer to me turning something by hand to hook up rather than turn it with power trying to catch a spline.

When mowing I only bring tractor to idle with PTO running to move an obstruction or open a gate.

The PTO log winch is only operated from the ground.
Old PTO log splitter from the ground.
The generator.

Many other things that operate with out an operator in the seat. Making a jumper wire the choice of options.






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 08-06-2006, 09:30 Post: 133023
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Harvey, not sure if your 4400 is different but on the 4310 you can start and run pto driven equipment out of the seat. I've done this a bunch with a 3 point chipper. To do so you need to engage the pto when you're off the seat.






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 08-06-2006, 10:06 Post: 133024
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On my TC33D I used have the same issue---then one day it stopped happening. Turns out it was the coil spring that lifts the seat when you get off, it broke.

Some newer machines other than tractors have a computer that prevents this so you have to get off the seat and try again.

What you might want to do is just install a hidden toggle switch somewhere that would allow you to do what you want to do AND act as theft deterrent when its in a different position.

I know guys who have done this on their older Ford trucks using a crusie control button or other switch to prevent engine starting.






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 08-06-2006, 19:51 Post: 133032
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No, the seat sensor shuts off the engine even when th pto is not engaged.






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 08-06-2006, 20:23 Post: 133036
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 How to disconnect seat sensor?

I don't know the tractors you are talking about but a thought hit me from my ztr and wonder if it could apply to your tractor.

There is a combo of park brake and controls that does allow the blade to run with you off the seat because the mower can not be moved. Wonder if that could be true on your tractor? Such as out of grear and park brake set?

No doubt you have asked and read your manual. I am not sure the info for my mower was in the manual or the dealer just happened to tell me.






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 08-08-2006, 23:22 Post: 133122
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Rear pto will run if , trans is in neutral and parking brake set.






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 08-09-2006, 23:03 Post: 133142
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Setting the parking brake will keep the engine running.






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 08-11-2006, 08:41 Post: 133197
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I can't find the plug under the seat. Do you know where it is located?

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