Charged the battery,checked cables.nutral light comes on but when i push the start button it makes a funny noise like a electrical motor running by itself.then when u push starter again,it turns but very slow like it has not got enough power.the bike starts very quikly when i push start it in first.
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Re: starting problem on rs125
Based on your description, its sounds as though you have a starter or starter selnoid problem. The starter selnoid is not engaging the engine at first and then when it does, is nort passing enough current through to the starter motor to get the job done.
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clutch start switch could be failing. but check battery volts make sure battery 12.6 volts and clean battery cables and battery posts if they corroded if looks badly corroded. replace both battery cables.
Hello, this may help,I have a gm product with after market security in it,my batteries went dead and i had to unlock doors with key to boost it,when we hooked up cables now that it had power and every thing was open the computer thought truck was being stolen so it went into lock down and i sat there for two hours trying to boost,it would spin over but not start,,leave the booster cables or battery charger on it,if battery is charged skip that and use your keyless entry to lock doors or lock doors by hand also make sure hood is closed if possible and let sit for about fifteen min then unlock and try to start,also it may be as simple as the nutral safty switch not quite lined up,,try moving shift lever a little or move to nutral and try to start.
If there is a click when pushing the starter button first check the starter itself by checking for battery voltage at the starter cable when the click is heard. If there is voltage the starter is the problem. If there is silence when the starter button is pushed check for voltage at the small yellow/ red wire on the harness side of the connector for the starter relay. This relay can be found by following the positive battery cable to it. If there is voltage present when pushing the button the relay is most likely bad. If not the right hand handlebar switch may be bad. Hondas have a problem with melting the contacts in the starter button portion of this switch. Open up the switch and jump across the black to the yellow/red terminals on the starter button circuit board. If the starter spins this switch is bad.
Your battery is flat!! get some one to jump you or give you a push. You need go to a garage to see if your alternator is charging. Your battery may be to blame. Check the alternator 1st as it will cost nothing or next to nothing as a battery is quite expensive. Hope this helps. If it still clicks with a fresh charge or jump leads then give the starter motor a tap wit a hammer while trying to start it.
could be the starter solenod. you can find it by following the positive cable from the battery to the solenoid. try bridging the two posts with a pair of needle nose pliers. if it starts you now know your solenoid is bad. if it doesn't, could be your starter. check all wires clean and connected.
try it in nutral put in park and hold up and or jigle up and down in park, dont come out of park jiggle while u hold to start,check large fuses anything marked starter check cables cable ground to engine ,check nutral safty switch check starter , and starter wire ing wire at starter with test light small wire on starter while someone trys to start jeep ground test light to a good ground and hold point on small wire on starter it should light up if it does your starter is bad ,if it doesnt light up check ignition switch on steering colum ,most likely bad
check battery for full charge and tight cables.use test light check for power to starter when pushing start button.if there is, check starter. if none check for power to start solenoid on small wire going to it w/ testlight when you press start.if none, check start button, & wiring.if youi have power to it,but no start, take large screwdriver & make contact between both solenoid cable posts,make sure bike is in neutral. should crank, confirming that solenoid is bad.also, even if the solenoid has no power going to it to energize it you can still use the screwdriver trick to get bike to crank.
First check the battery to see its still fully charged. If it is do a voltage drop test between the battery and the starter to check for a bad relay or open circuit. If that checks out, you very likely have a bad starter/solenoid. I can explain how to do these tests if u need me to