Re: Kohler Command V Twin 20 Hp - stalling
It was a safety switch alright, but not the interlock on the brake. The seat switch was not working properly. When it gets really cold, the seat switch opens up intermittently even though I'm in the seat. This forces the brake interlock into thinking the operator is no longer in control, and shuts down the ignition. If I depressed the brake, the interlock is no longer in play. That's why the stall stops immediately if I apply pressure to the brake pedal. It's designed to keep running, as long as the brake is depressed, regardless of the presence of an operator in the seat.
Thanks for the advice. It pointed me in the right direction. Now all I have to do is get a replacement seat switch, and I'm good to go.