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I got no signal to the starter, but i can push start it ok, igntion switch and clutch switch check out ok anyone know of any common problems?

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On the starter make sure wires tite and wire on bottom comes off if not got good plug on the end .my z did same thing.

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I would say you don't have a good battery connection so I would say take the negative cable loose first then take the positive cable loose.Take some 100-150 grit sandpaper and clean off both the battery terminals and both cable ends as well and hook the positive cable up first then hook up the negative cable next that should solve your problem.

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