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Ignition switch dont work can i bypass it

Lost keys ripped ignition out put switch on solenoid will crank and run but cant turn it off without stalling it out and have to unhook battery or it will drain it so what wires can I put a toggle switch on to fix my problem

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LOOK AT IGNITION SWITCH IT HAS A PIN THAT HOLDS TUMBLER FOR KEY. DEPRESS PIN AND YOU CAN REMOVE TUMBLER, PULL IT OUT AND HOOK IT BACK TO WIRE HARNESS. JUST USE A SCREWDRIVER TO START AS USUAL.

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