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How to hook up ignition on a kandi gk 250 go kart

I have a gk250 go kart have a problem somewhere with the wiring it will not start on the ignition, I have to start it by crossing out the top bolts on the relay. But when it is running I can shut it off using the key.thought it was the ignition and replaced it but still same problem, but not sure if it is hooked up right. Can someone please help me

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