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Old 11-12-2014, 09:16   #1
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Johnson 15 (J15RSDR, 2006 )Kill Switch Wiring

I removed the kill switch from this engine some time ago to replace. Normally I take a pic of how things are wired, but don't have one of this. Normally these switches (regardless of motor) connect to coil or electronics pack on one end and ground to another. But, there are no open connections on either the coil or electronics pack.

Anyone have this model or similar who can refresh my memory on how this switch is wired?
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