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Check seat switch. Before replacing parts use a voltage tester to see what is working. If you don't have one you can buy a cheap one or even a test light. Test first to the small wire on the solonoid for the starter and see if you have voltage. If not check the battery term on the solonoid and be sure it is hot, probably is. Then go back up the line. The seat switches are probably most trouble, and then the clutch pedal switch. Some models have to have the blade disengaged also. If you test everything and don't get a reading check for a blown fuse. If you do get readings at the starter solonoid, then maybe bad solonoid.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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