Question about Boating
Posted by Anonymous on
Check your wiring to the starter solenoid. Also the keyswitch. The ignition has 2 ways of getting power. The START position on most keyswitches carries the "tickler" charge to make the solenoid work and another charge to the ignition.
The second terminal supplying ignition power is the RUN position which keeps the engine running.
When you turn the keyswitch to OFF both of the terminals (RUN,START) on the KEYSWITCH are suppose to be dead. Make sure no added equipment is able to supply power to the ignition.
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