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Starter stay engaged

Just trailered my bike in an enclosed trailer about 700 miles. rachet straps

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And it took the ride well. when i started it up the selenoid or start button stayed engaged. now when i turn the ignition on it try's to start up without hitting the button. just turn the egnition and the starter is engaged. i tried replacing the selonoid but it still does it. any info??? You need a wiring diagram. Souns like a premature ground AFTER the solenoid but before the switch.,,

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