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Kawasaki gtr 1000 1988

Bike wont start relay clicks and power getting to starting motor, also when bike is in gear and clutch pulled in bike is very hard to push are the 2 problems linked??

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Check the battery voltage sounds like a bad battery also check the clutch switch

Posted on Feb 23, 2012

  • peppy Feb 24, 2012

    brand new battery on it and clutch switch is fine also

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    maurice44o4 Mar 31, 2012

    Can you pull the side cover off and turn the bike ove by hand ? is it hard to turn over? if so the big end could be seizing making it hard for the starter to turn the engine over .

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SOURCE: flicker relay unit on kawasaki GTR 1000

I found a microfiche for the GTR1000 and it looks like the indicator-relay is mounted on the front-fairing inner-frame (fairing stay) on the right-hand side ie next to the headlamp-ish.

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I found a microfiche for the GTR1000 and it looks like the indicator-relay is mounted on the front-fairing inner-frame (fairing stay) on the right-hand side ie next to the headlamp-ish.

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