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No power to the fuel solenoid on my c 190 new holland it won't start if I put direct power to the solenoid it will start

What powers the solenoid is it powered off the high pressure fuel pump when I test the plug and crank the key I do not get any juice to it. What should my next step be

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Check/ replace the relay to the FP solenoid, fuses etc

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Sounds like a bad starter. Try giving it a few good taps while turning the key. Sometimes they can get warped and get stuck. Had to start my car for weeks doing this till I could afford a new one. Could also be the solenoid too but im not sure if it would even click if that was bad. Good luck.

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