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Old 01-12-2011, 02:44 PM   #1
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Onan 4000 genny kill switch

Putting an Onan4000 genny in an old toy hauler. I have the remote start working but the kill switch is not. Coming from the generator there is a brown, green, white and red wire. The brown and the green when hooked up will start it. Neither of the other two will kill it. I have tested the switch and it is good. Is there something I am missing?
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Assuming that the 4000 has a control board you need to find out which circuit connects to the oil pressure sending switch. Many of these units used the oil pressure circuit as the shut down. No oil pressure meant shut down. I believe all they did was ground the oil pressure switch line.
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beer, do you have a schematic? Which revision 4000 do you have?
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