New solenoid. Not sure if the old one was bad or not. No key start. -wire from battery + is to post on solenoid -wire from starter is to other post on solenoid -wire from battery - is grounded to frame If I jump a connection between the solenoid posts the starter turns. The old solenoid had a small post that a red wire from a safety switch was attached to. The new solenoid has 2 small posts. 1 under each large post. There is a small electrical "item" attached to the body just above the solenoid. It has printed "8A 12v". It's @ 1/2" x 1/2" x 1" with 2 blades sticking out of it. One blade says "bat" and the other says "acc". There is a black wire coming from the key switch with a blade connector. There's another wire that, I think, was on the battery and has a blade connector. I jumped the safety switch and connected that red wire to 1 of the small solenoid posts, connected the wire from the key switch to the "acc" blade, and connected the "bat" blade to the battery +. When I put my tester on the red wire and turn the key to "start" the tester lights up. I connect the red wire to the solenoid the starter doesn't turn. I tried both posts. What now ? Help ? Edit: I got it figured out. I sanded off some paint where the solenoid mounts to the body. Good to go. Now to clean the carb.