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Old 11-12-2017, 04:11 PM
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I would do some troubleshooting first. Try starting it in Neutral instead of park. Also wiggle the shifter around a bit with your key in the crank position to see if you can hit a "live" spot on the switch. Keep your foot on the brake in care it does start.

If you find a spot where it does crank, purchasing and installing a new switch would likely get you going.
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