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Bought new Honda gx630 with no switch box I installed cables and key switch and I have no spark

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    bought new honda gx630 with no switch box installed cables and key switch and i have no spark the hour meter not hooked up

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Check the wiring on the switch as you may have put the start wire on the wrong terminal so that in the run position you have not circuit for the ignition. The switch should be wired in the following way . Off--- first position= ignition ---second position=. ignition and start motor.After the engine starts by releasing the key back to the run position you still have ignition which keeps the motor running

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