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Number 1, make sure the battery is good and both cables on it are tight, make sure the deck isn't engaged, if both of those are ok, and if you have a meter or a test light unplug the small wire off the solenoid, ( to find the solenoid follow the positive cable from the battery) put the meter or test light onto the end of the small wire, then try to start the engine, if you have 12 volts to this little wire then either your solenoid or starter is bad, if you don't have 12 volts to it then you have a safety switch issue. If you have a 12 volt source you can touch the terminal on the starter to test it to see if it is good, turn the key on and you can also start the engine this way but not recommended as a fix..
Posted on Nov 14, 2014
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