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ASV RC30 controls

Discussion in 'Mini Skid Steers' started by jeff45, Mar 9, 2013.

  1. 74inchShovel

    74inchShovel Well-Known Member

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    Your most likely on the right path here. Hope the following helps. There are up to 3 switches that are in series ( bar, seat, door) that form a continuous path to ground. What they are grounding is the safety relay located in fuse box. Bypass bar switch like the seat switch was done, see if this helps. By raising and lowering bar you should get the relay to click in fuse box. If not, replace safety relay with like relay from another function, maybe aux, lights can't remember which it is. Check safety fuse which powers relay. When grounded relay sends power to solenoid on pilot manifold, access is by pulling pan under your feet.
     
  2. rusksackedstreetgang

    rusksackedstreetgang New Member

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    Well thank you 74 inch shovel.
    The info should help.
     
  3. 74inchShovel

    74inchShovel Well-Known Member

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    One last thing, the last time my 30 got into a no-go situation it was the grounding lug, tucked back under hydraulic tank. You really have to look for it, at least 3 separate wires ground there. The same bolt that mounts tank at bottom doubles as a grounding lug.
     
  4. rusksackedstreetgang

    rusksackedstreetgang New Member

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    Thanks again. The real world info is hard to come by.
    I will definitely investigate the grounding lug