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HB 100 kill switch does not shut engine off. What should I be looking for in terms of troubleshooting.

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If it is oof the rocker sytle switch the contacts are probably dirty and need cleaning. Unless you are experience in servicing these switches it would best to just replace it.

Also ignition coil do go bad and can cause this too. To test for this just use a length attached to coil terminal. Start the engine and ground the wire if the engine shuts then coil is fine.

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