If someone could help me figure this question out, I'm a Commercial Multi-Engine pilot and I'm not sure as to the answer:
The PA-44 has two stall warning tabs because of various flap changes. But the stall warning tabs are linked to the squat switch. So, when the aircraft is on the ground they do not engage. Why is that? Other airplanes, such as the PA-32 Piper Arrow have stall warning tabs but they are not linked to the squat switch.
A possible explanation I have is the fact that once the aircraft lands you do not want the stall warning horn blaring because the aircraft is below stalling speed. But why is is different on the Seminole from any other GA aircraft?