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2019 Coleman Utv 550 outfitter

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I recently purchased a coleman 550 outfitter and it was a no start so I got an awesome deal no miles got it home turn the key and there's no power I have checked wires grounds and selonoid /fuzes still nothing I'm hopeing some one can help me??? 

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Lol I figured it out for some reason I was not getting power to the fuze box so I jumped it and everything turned on so I took some heavy duty wire and ran it from the power side of the key.       !/ the on position wire !/switch so know when I turn the key everything works ! Dont try this if u dont know what your doing cause u can cause damage just so u know ! Hope this helps some one ! 

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