What is this wire on my Husqvarna 375 xp

Dmitry

Minister of Fire
Oct 4, 2014
903
CT
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My beloved saw was not stopping when red switch was pushed several times . So I opened the cover and didn’t find anything sauspisious to me but this wire being there not attached to anything. Is this supposed to be like this ? If not where it should go . Don’t see anything I can attach it to
 

JimBear

Feeling the Heat
Dec 15, 2017
490
Iowa
Looks to a female spade connector, has the male end broken off or just hiding under or behind something. I am not familiar with Husky saws just hidden electrical connectors.
 

Dairyman

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Nov 15, 2011
662
Southwest MO
View attachment 229176 View attachment 229176 My beloved saw was not stopping when red switch was pushed several times . So I opened the cover and didn’t find anything sauspisious to me but this wire being there not attached to anything. Is this supposed to be like this ? If not where it should go . Don’t see anything I can attach it to
I'm guessing you ment 357? It doesn't hook to anything. It slips in a slot in the front of the stop leaver.

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brenndatomu

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blades

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Nov 23, 2008
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With un attached won't ground out coil when switch activated.
 

Dmitry

Minister of Fire
Oct 4, 2014
903
CT
I'm guessing you ment 357? It doesn't hook to anything. It slips in a slot in the front of the stop leaver.

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Thank you so much. Yes , that's it. I was looking for male metal connector. Now I see where it goes . It solves mystery of my saw not stopping when pushing stop lever.

P.S. My bad , it is 357, not 375.
 
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