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I have a Snapper rear engine riding mower. Mod#28085S

I have a Snapper rear engine riding mower. Mod# 28085S, it has two wires coming from the starter botton the big one that goes to the starter and a little one, where does the little one go? Thanks
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If one goes to the starter, the other has to come from a 12 volt source, either ignition switch or battery

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