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2006 kymco 250 quad... failed to start this morning for the first time ever,pressed the ignition switch and it was if the battery was dead..then tried it again and there is nothing...no sound,no clicking...nothing!!!! lights are still strong etc..

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  • surfjunkie_7 Jan 15, 2009

    was the solenid....thankyou very much..

  • Anonymous Apr 30, 2009

    when i start the machine and drive whatever howlong, as soon as i switch it off, for exemple when i stop somehwere and switch the machine off, and when i try to start it again, nothing will happen, even on the board there will be no lights at all, but when i wait 2 hours till 3 h, everything is here again, when i switch on, on the board lights are on, and i can start the machine normally and i can drive howlong i want, till i twitch off, and the operation starts again, i can do nothing just after the 2 .3 hours are passed. what can this be ? could you please help me, knowing that i am begginger with the Quad, Kymco 250 sport. thanks in advance.

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Try tapping on the starter it may be in a bind if it still does nothing then change the solenoid

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