I finally have got the fuel system finished, and fixed the oil leak, but today it won't start. I fixed the oil leak yesterday and drove it a couple of miles. This morning I decided to wash it and get some of the inch thick dust off it. Started it, drove it, washed it, and drove it to my house to get my wallet and then take it for a drive. The [email protected]
^#ed thing wouldn't start. It doesn't even affect the voltage gauge when I turn the key to crank and the fuel pump doesn't change it's tune. So I thought the battery cable might be loose, not on the battery or the starter. I thought the key wire going to the starter might have burned in 2 on the header, still together. I also know that there is power getting to the starter, I was using a screwdriver to check the wires and arced it over to the header.
So I am thinking either key switch or bad starter or possibly coil. What do you guys think? I have changed the engine harness, so I don't think it's wiring under the hood. The starter is a 2hp mini-tq about 1yr old. I haven't changed the key switch out and it looks like it may be original. How hard is it to change the key switch? HELP
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