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Briggs 12.5hp vanguard stopped n smoke at rear.

Briggs 12.5 hp vanguard stopped n smoke at rear. found exposed wire. spliced n repaired. still no crank

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Its possible that the spark caused an in-line fuse to blow. Try following the wires from the battery to the ignition switch to the starter. There is probably at least one fuse in that path.

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