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    What position does the switch need to be on a 1989 force 50. I chasing down a no spark problem.. it was running went to back it off the trailer and it died. Went to start back up and it wouldn’t.. did a spark test and no spark.. so what’s your thoughts...

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    Unhook the wires from the back of the switch, then try.
    Still no spark? then use a jumper wire in the ends of the 2 wires, then try again.
    The 2 tests will tell if the switch is bad.
    Some kill switches will ground the system when activated(first test)
    Others cause a ground (test 2) when installed.

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