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Won't turnover, changed starter and new battery

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Have you checked to make sure that all wire are connected to starter.. if so.. could be switch run a wire from battery to the tab connector positive side of starter motor solenoid. with acc's on just brush the wire over the positive terminal while connected to starter solinoid. if done correctly the starter should engage.. good luck

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