The battery was empty so i mount my charger but it was on 24 volt. Now it's only start whith startgas. So it doesn't get any petrol. The duopoint in the carburator have 1,5 ohm and the voltage to it is around 3-5 volt.
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maybe earth strap to chassis from engine. put a multi meter from battery neg to engine, set it to DC volts and crank the engine. should read 0 volts if ok. will read about 12 volts if earth is knackered.
MAKE SURE BATTERY VOLTAGE IS 12.5 VOLTS.IF BATTERY OKAY.IF BATTERY CABLES VERY OLD YOU COULD HAVE BAD GROUND BATTERY CABLE.IF BATTERY CABLES GOOD.CHECK HEADLIGHT FUSE SHOULD BE 25 AMP FUSE.IF FUSE OKAY.YOU HAVE FAULTY HEADLIGHT SWITCH OR FAULTY DIMMER SWITCH.
there are a couple things that cause the clicking, you either have a bad starter sylinoid or usually a bad connecton at the battery or starter its self, that click is usually just a bad connection issue
If your starter is drawing too much amperage and/or you have poor spark this can happen. Starter will steal necessary amperage depriving ignition system of voltage necessary to operate. To check starter draw, first load test your battery to make sure it is good, then put a volt meter across the battery and crank it over. If voltage drops below 9,5 volts, the starter is drawing too much and needs to be replaced. If it checks out good, check the coil for spark output. spark should easily jump a 1/4'' gap and have a good "snap" to it (not weak and fluffy orange spark)
Connect the charger to the terminals on the baqttery not the cable ends. This will ensure a good connection. If battery still does not charge fully, replace it, clean the cable ends before attaching them. Then put a volt meter on the battery and check that charging system is putting out at least 13.5v a little more is ok, With accessories on including high beams lowest reading should be 12.75 and not drop even after five or ten minutes. Jumping across a bad battery will often prevent enough power to the starter, If still in no-start with new battery starter may also have failed.(but will need testing to verify.