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Last night we tried starting my Ace since it hadn't been for about a month. No go. Did a search earlier for possible ideas and found a thread that mentioned a switch for the brake pedal. Can't find it now, so starting this new one. The post mentioned a switch described as being in the wheel well on the front right side. Not sure if that meant right side standing in front of it or sitting in it? It also mentioned that someone had to really mash the brake pedal to get it to start. Tried that on mine and it works, not right away, but after really stepping on it a few times it will start. Battery voltage is fine, you hear the fuel pump prime when you turn the key, but after that nothing happens unless you really abuse the brake pedal! Any ideas on this and how to fix?
 

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Last night we tried starting my Ace since it hadn't been for about a month. No go. Did a search earlier for possible ideas and found a thread that mentioned a switch for the brake pedal. Can't find it now, so starting this new one. The post mentioned a switch described as being in the wheel well on the front right side. Not sure if that meant right side standing in front of it or sitting in it? It also mentioned that someone had to really mash the brake pedal to get it to start. Tried that on mine and it works, not right away, but after really stepping on it a few times it will start. Battery voltage is fine, you hear the fuel pump prime when you turn the key, but after that nothing happens unless you really abuse the brake pedal! Any ideas on this and how to fix?
You should call your local dealer on that. It's a huge safety factor when you have electrical problems like this. It will probably be warranty issue. (hopefully).
 

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You should call your local dealer on that. It's a huge safety factor when you have electrical problems like this. It will probably be warranty issue. (hopefully).
I have just a few days left before my 6 month warranty is up, so no time to waste. Local dealer no good, young kid = shop. Already been there. Going to travel a little farther this time.
 
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