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It probably has a power supply problem or a sweep supply problem?? Your gonna need a schematic diagram to trouble shoot and find out whats bad. if you cant troubleshoot electronics by using a meter or scope then I would contact the manufactuer listed in the owners manuel.. Good Luck
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Ok ou changed the battery, the spark plugs and spark plug wire and drained the old gas out. You could also drain the fuel line, so that any gunk in it. Did you change the oil and the transmission fluid? Did you drain the radiator and flush it out before refilling it with water an anti-freeze? You need to find where the fuses are and change them all, because it is difficult to tell if a fuse is bad or not. The fuses are very old, and they can cause the car not to start. Do you have lights? Have you checked your alternator? If it is not working, the battery will drain and the car won't start. It's a cheap fix. Have you checked your hoses and clamps? If the problem is that it is not starting when you turn the key, the starter could be bad. You can test this by hot-wiring it (I'm sure you can find instructions online). Also, check your belts and make sure they are in good condition. If it has been sitting that long, the belts are probably dried out. They are not hard to change, or very expensive, if you do it yourself, but if they aren't too bad you can get some belt conditioner that will help. If I think of anything else, I will let you know.
Please check manually the motor and see if it moves freely. Now make sure that the power plug and the connections to the switch are not tampered , check the continuity of the plug to the switch and to the motors.
If you notice any dirt or insects make sure that this has not clogged on the motor. If so clean using a degreasing spray- WD40- would be recommended.
If the motor is tight , lightly oil or degrease using the spray while manually rotating.
Once this is done connect the power while taking all precaution. Use the meter to check the flow of the circuit to the switch and to the motor. If there is a trip switch see that it is reset.
If there is power to the motor and still it does not work the brushes might be dirty and might need a cleaning/ reset.