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KimL

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Hi. I am newbie in etec and from Norway so my Englis is a bit so. I have a 40 HP that start as it shoud, but it wont shut off. I have checked the controlbox and it is grounded as it shouls and the wire is ground all the way to the EMM. Port 9 I think With the correct color on the wire. Is the EMM the problem? Does the EMM turn of the ignition or injector?
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Does removing the safety lanyard from the ignition switch cause the engine to shut down?
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Push the key in and see if it shuts off.  If it does, you likely have a bad EMM.  
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Check the wiring harness - had the same problem on my 115. Thought it was the ignition switch.
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Thanks for Your help so far. The led light indicate wrong With stop Circuit. I have bypassed the lanyard and set an on/off switch Direct to the EMM. I doesent change anything. The engine keep on running when I ground the stop Circuit port 9 Direct from battery. I have added a Picture.

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Did you push the key in (choke function for carbureted engines) to see if the engine stops? 
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This is an Etec so no carbs.
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I am aware you have an Etec.  Push the key in and see if the engine shuts off.  If it does, you need an EMM.  
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ok, will try.
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Tried to puch in the key. still running. Seems like everything is working okey except stop function. If I dont get this I will wire an extra Circuit to shut off ignition.
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To assist in determining whether the stop circuit is properly, I suggest the following:

Attach a milliamp meter in series with the bypassed circuit you have created.  When the switch is closed, the milliamp meter should indicate around 15 mA. of current flow.  This is indicative of the stop circuit being active.  If there is no current flow, the likelihood of an EMM failure is great. 
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