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Getting back feed at the neutral safety switch that keeps melting the wire and switch when the starter is used to roll over the engine. Doesn't do this when the pull cord is used to start the engine.
 

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I'm having the same problem. Everything was fine, disconnected the battery to install an new fuel pump, now everything is dead....no neutral light, getting no attempt to start...just dead as doornail. The headlight comes on, but that's it, and the new fuel pump comes on.... Did you get yours fixed and what was it?
 

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The Neutral safety switch is on the pull start side of the motor just to the rear of the motor. Is a small oval cover with wires running into it.

I also have an Ozark that doesnt crank, but minutes before it totally stopped cranking, we had hold the start button (nothing happened) and then wiggle the rear brake up and down to find a sweet spot where it would cause the starter to crank. Is there a brake safety switch on the LTF250? In the past I never had to have it in Neutral or apply the brake to crank it. Let me know if it does have it and where it's located. I checked the starter relay and it tests fine on the bench... thanks for helping!,mud brats tv
 

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