I am assuming that you have power and the rest of the lights come on. There is a nuetral/reverse switch on the left side that the reverse lever activates it. Make sure the reverse lever lever is in the down position the whole way. You can work the reverse lever back and forth a couple of times and knock the switch loose if it is just sticking. If that don't do it, it must be replaced (35370-MN5-003) and costs about $15-$16. That is what it sounds like?? My best guess anyway! Take care - good luck. Bob
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