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Got a Ingersoll 4021. Started not turning over intermittently. I started it by shorting the starter selenoid. Next time it started fine. then it wouldn't start with the key. Soon the power clutch was engaged and would not shut off. I replaced the starter selenoid and power take off switch to no avail. Power clutch still stuck in the engage mode.

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Hello,

This is a mechanical fault that will require the knowledge of a mechanic, because the started solenoid and the take off switch you replace are not the problem, the problem seems to me that the power clutch is defective and will need to be work on.
I advice you get a mechanic to help check and fix the problem in other not to complicate issues.

Take care.

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