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What needs to be addressed if I have a new battery and all my '97 suzuki marauder 800 does is click when I press the start button?

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Your battery is new ... did it come fully charged or were you suppose to charge it before you installed it? Check the voltage, should be at least 11 volts. I might be calling the store to get further instruction ...

Double check all connections, make sure they are clean and tight (and proper - negative to the ground, positive to the hot side of the start solenoid).

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