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Volvo won't start. Key will only go into 1st & 2nd position wont go into neutral. The battery is charged. We have found info that the starter wire (black one next to red one) could be corroded but

The only video I can find is for 00-07 Volvo's and my black wire doesn't seem to have a way to disconnect like the one in the video did. Any ideas? Thank you.

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It might be the ignition switch. Not the starter. If you aren't even turning the engine over then it's probably the switch or the solenoid on the starter. If it's the solenoid then just replace the whole starter.

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