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Re: Troubleshooting keyed switch [Re: Tanner101] #13665344 08/12/20 03:44 PM
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Working on pulling apart my forward controls to access the neutral safety switch at this time. Project continues to grow.

Re: Troubleshooting keyed switch [Re: Tanner101] #13665435 08/12/20 04:48 PM
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Lol I understand! Last project I did on mine went from installing hydraulic steering, to that plus bench seat replacement because of rotten wood installing three seat bucket seats. Installing a stereo and new carpet in the cockpit. All of which Iā€™m so glad I did! Good luck!

Re: Troubleshooting keyed switch [Re: Tanner101] #13687266 09/01/20 03:58 AM
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Well, new neutral safety switch did no good. I'm stumped and gonna start from scratch again. I kinda suspect the new keyed ignition switch. I'm getting power to it, but not out or through it. Two bad switches in a row would definitely throw off my trouble shooting.

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