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I have a AKIRA EM6500AE 5.5kw generator.The engine wiring has been disconnected and the ignition switch has been misplaced.

I have connected the engine wiring colour coded as far as I could but get a weak spark.I have hot wired the fuel solonoid.The engine starts but will not rev even with the throttle valve open.The ignition switch has been misplaced so I need a wiring diagram to hot wire it

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