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Solenoid location for the Honda 50 scooter

Where is the solenoid, I have looked for it, its not in the battery compartment, and its not on the starter like if it were a car?
what would it look like, and could i trace another wire from somewhere to the solenoid.

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Look up the solenoid on ebay there are some pictures of it there -jeff

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If, when the switch is turned, the starter motor does not operate at all but the solenoid clicks, the problem lies with either the battery, the main solenoid contacts, or the starter motor. If, as you say, the battery is good, and fully charged, that would mean that is was either the solenoid contacts or the starter motor.
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