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first off make sure the battery connections are good and clean,then there is a solenoid on the fender by the battery ,these go bad you can test it by removing the little wire that slides over the small terminal and touch a screwdriver between this little terminal and the positive terminal next to it on the solenoid this will engage the starter motor,if it does then your solenoid is bad ,there are plenty of utube vidieos so u can see what im talking about if your not sure