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what serial numbers and model numbers??,i might be able to help you now,it would help if i had all the info,,
there is a yellow wire and a black wire on the 22hp ,the yellow is for the generator the black is to shut down the motor,there should be wires going to the starter,they go to the solenoid,,the cub will have alot of wires,if you want to keep the safety switches active,then i need all the info,if you dont,then hook that black wire to a switch and then to ground,hook up the wires to the solenoid the same.
Alot of things could cause it. If your brakes are binding, then your brake caliper should be inspected to see if the pistons returns or not. Also the flex hose should be checked. There is a possibility that you need to calibrate the steering angle sensor and the yaw rate sensor. If you have your abs light ON on your instrument cluster, kindly run a scan on the chassis.
The ignition order for my 1988 Mitsubishi Mirage is Longest lead to left-hand outer piston, then left-hand inner piston followed by right-hand outer piston then right-hand inner piston., going in an anti-clockwise direction.
You have probably messed up your solenoid, did you fire the marker straight up with the o2? I would make sure that all of the board settings are back to factory default especially the dwell and reattempt with compressed air. If the marker is still not firing get your hands on a new solenoid for it.
Remove the battery earth cable. Engage parking brake and chock the wheels. The starter is on the lower rear left hand side of the engine. Remove the starter supply cable by undoing the 13mm nut on the rear of the solenoid. Unclip the start wire on the side of the solenoid by squeezing and then pulling the connector plug. Undo the mounting bolt on the top of the starter first. and remove. Then the bottom one. Doing it this way round will make it easier to undo the bolts by hand once loosened. Pull the starter to the front of the car and remove.