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Check the solenoid. Try jumping it by bridging something across the 2 poles. If it starts, replace the solenoid. Also check all your fuses prior to solenoid
I would check fuses #1. If all fuses are good, bridge the solenoid to start. If that doesn't work, put power directly to the starter and it should start unless starter is bad. Do you hear a clicking noise or anything when you turn key?
If you do not hear a clicking noise, your solenoid has went out. It a $15-$20 part
What else would you like help with? It may be a 10A fuse. Most are 10A, 20A, or 30A
I will need model type code of engine. I can give you an after market part number through STENS, but not OEM part number w/o engine info. Do you know if it is a Single or Double pole solenoid. Double Pole Solenoid #435-435 Single Pole Solenoid #435-431. Those numbers are Stens Numbers, but you can google them and see what you are looking for.
Should be a Double pole solenoid
Located right next to battery
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