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Discussion in 'Mini Skid Steers' started by pat boling, Aug 6, 2018.

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  1. pat boling

    pat boling New Member

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    no seat light and no lift light on pannel
    how do you by pass seat sensor to get lift hydraulics back???
     
  2. willie59

    willie59 Super Moderator

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    There is no way to by-pass the seat sensor with jumper wires as it's a Hall Effect circuit with a reference voltage input and a reference voltage output, it's not an analog circuit which would accept jumper wires. Don't know if they still do, but Bobcat used to offer a kit that would eliminate the seat sensor on the old C and F series machines. It's either that or replace the seat sensor, that is if your seat sliders are still in good enough shape to operate that seat sensor. BTW, make sure there's nothing under the seat preventing it from engaging the sensor.
     
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    crewchief888 Senior Member

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    The seatswitch bypass kit is still available from bobcat.
    When you install the kit be sure to disconnect the seat switch.


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    Good to know that, I get asked this question occasionally