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I have an old john deer I think 1982 put new ignition on and solenoid and batt. turn key I get nothing it will start if you jump across. but turn key nothing.can you show me wiring

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It will start if you jump across WHAT? The electrical terminals on the key switch? The solenoid actuating terminal to ground? Need more info!

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