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Im going to try to spray some de-oxit in there.Wish I had that problem, instead of the opposite. One of mine doesn't want to complete the circuit like it should.
Anyway, spray a penetrant of your choice (as long as it isn't WD-40) down the hole and see if it frees things up.
That's because you didn't turn the ignition off first, like you're supposed to. After shutting the engine off, obviously.
Turn the ignition off first???That's because you didn't turn the ignition off first, like you're supposed to. After shutting the engine off, obviously.
By any chance, did you turn the master switch off with the engine running?
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