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Deutz 3L in a Genie s60 won't shut off


Created On Friday 24, May, 2013 11:20 AM by DieselEMT

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I am trying to trace a shut off problem. The machine would start but not stay running. I found a loose wire in the ingnition module (the fuel on) and now it stays running. When I hit the red off button the machine keeps running. I disconnected the wire in #10 (Temp or Press Fault) and it works but I need to figure out the problem from there. Any ideas?
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