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I've posted a few times before on this, the 12V ignition switches had a hard time with the 35A solenoid current and would fail but the 6V ones never lasted long at all. You need to use a high- current relay to do the work of the starter contacts in it. If there not too badly burned you can get away with rebuilding and using the relay but you may need to start with a new switch. ANYONE.. working or not DONT use the old ignition switches (62-7) to pass the solenoid current, they are all but impossible to replace and WILL NOT last long.