I would start by cleaning all the battery cable connections at the solenoid. Look on the solenoid for the letter S. If you see the letter S there should be a wire connected to it and at your starter button. When you depress the starter button or twist a key that should send battery voltage to your solenoid so the engine will crank when the bendix drive engages the ring gear on the flywheel. You can also use a screwdriver to short across the solenoid that should make the engine crank. Make sure your brakes are set and the tranny is in neutral before trying this. If the ignition switch is in the on position the engine may start. Hal
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