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    kill switch

    I have a Honda GX630 engine on my pressure washer. I'm installing a kill switch on my water tank. Should I daisy chain it in with my oil low level switch, or does anyone know an easier way to do it? Maybe I'll be able to get back to work's rained here for 8 straight days!!!!🤷🤷😢😢

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    Don't create headache for yourself. You'll know when you are low on water. When you feel the first shudder, stop spraying. Or if you have an Udor, let it run dry, it won't hurt it. Nothing would be more annoying than walking all the way back to the truck to restart the machine. Same with the low oil switch. Disconnect it. First time you are parked on a hill and your machine won't start you'll appreciate it.
    Chuck Norris can believe it's not butter.


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