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Sounds like the solenoid is bad.The solenoid uses a small amount of current from the start device to control your feed to the starter from the battery. It is an electro-magnetic device and is subject to wear over time. Service on these is replacement only.You might want to check that the starter button/switch is feeding current to the solenoid when you try to start it up.good luck
Posted on May 08, 2014
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