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At the starter solenoid check the small ignition start signal wire with a voltmeter to see if during cranking it receives 12+ volts if it does and jumping it turns the starter this means you have crank signal and ground and that leaves the solenoid as bad. If it does not receive voltage when trying to start then check your start/stop switch as follows:
Engine start/stop switch verification;Disconnect the Yellow/Red wire of the start/stop switch. Using an ohmmeter, connect test probes to the Yellow/Red wire and to ground. Measure resistance, it must be an open circuit (switch is normally open). Depress and hold switch, the ohmmeter should read close to “0” ohm.
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