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Electric start sticking on 1992 250 timberwolf


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I'm not formilur with the timber wolf.
I had the same issues with an older Polaris trailblazer and did the same replacement pieces that you had.
My issue was, the solenoid actually had no ground cable, it used the frame it was mounted to as the ground , well that wasn't the greatest ground. I ran a ground cable from the battery negative terminal over to the solenoid mounting bracket. Problem solved. Hope this helps

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