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I have 17.7 Briggs intex that wont start. I have a new solenoid and battery.The starter and starter wire.

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Check the voltage on the battery to see if it is 12 volts or higher. If not, charge battery.

Then check all starting-related electrical connections-- sounds like there is a dirty connection somewhere if the battery is charged.

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