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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes, Ed, the snow ( or water ) could have done some damage.
The water could have damaged the starter, or the starter solenoid, however, that would really be unusual because they are made pretty waterproof, since they sit near or on the bottom of the engine where there is often a lot of water.
I would suspect the wire from the ignition switch to the starter or the solenoid ( which is a small wire) may have gotten broken or knocked off, or perhaps if there might be a solenoid to the 4 wheel drive might have gotten soaked.
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