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Old 02-17-2003, 08:47 PM
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Hold the STOP lever down hard for a few seconds. That should kill it. Normal engine shutoff is done by a vacuum solenoid on the back of the injection pump. If it's not working, you have a vacuum leak somewhere. Look for disconnected hoses in the area around the oil filter and injection pump. It's possible the shutoff solenoid itsef is bad, but most likely just a loose hose.

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