My M38A1 has a starting problem. It has not been started since I rewired it. I used a wiring harness specific to M38A1s. According to the schematics (see pics) everything is correct. A multimeter shows 24 volts at the battery and starter. When the key is turned to the on position all of the gages work so juice is flowing between the starter to the ignition switch. I also have 24 volts at the distributor. The starter switch is on top of the starter and is activated with a foot plunger. When depressed I get absolutely nothing. I've confirmed the foot plunger is aligned properly and the rod is being pushed into the switch correctly. All of this has me thinking it's the starter switch unless I'm missing something. Before spending $120+ on a new switch which will take 10 days to arrive, is there a way to bench test the switch? I've had it apart and, while the contacts aren't perfect, they look clean enough to work.