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Has accesory power but ignition does nothing when held in start position.all battery conections are good,changed neutral safety switch and ignition switch,changed relay but still no luck!!

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Not to be asking or saying dumb things but have you checked to see if your starter is even getting power. I't constantly gets power and a signal wire engages it to start because if it is than your starter is bad, if not than start trouble shooting from there up.

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