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|Jim Davis||On my new John Deere L120 if I try to go in reverse when the baldes are engaged the engine stalls. I assume this is a safety device because if I turn off the mower blades then I can back up fine. HOW DO I DISENGAE THIS SAFETY MECHANISM? It is a real pain...
|ross||There should be a button on the dash called a RIO (rear implement operation) switch. Press it before you start to back up, then the engine will not die.
|fez||i dont think the la120 has that option the 140 i think does tho
|Jean-Charles||Bypass that Rio switch ( the yellow one ) to allow it to be always on. you wont have to press it ever again. Don't forget to look back!