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Remove the drive belt and check to make sure the motor itself is not seized up. If it rotates smoothly (removing spark plug makes it easy to turn the crankshaft by hand) then have someone else push the pedal while you use a volt meter to check for power at the starter. If there is power there and the starter still doesn't turn the motor over, you more than likely have a bad starter. If there is no power at the starter your going to have check for voltage at the pedal and follow the wiring to the starter somewhere in that circuit you'll find your fault
Posted on Dec 03, 2014
If I remember correctly, that's the one you step on the gas and it starts an goes. follow accelerator linkage to the switch, should be in a sheet metal box with wires coming out. Park is not needed since engine runs in both directions
Posted on Dec 02, 2014
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