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My Ranger 10000 plus dies when switched to auto idle setting and will not stop running when switch is turned to STOP position.

Worked fine last time I welded. Have cleaned the terminals on the switch.

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SOURCE: auto high idle lincoln ranger 8

Had the same problem a couple yrs. ago . Took it to the repair shop turned out to be a diode or transistor type thing less than 50.00 to fix.

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