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Hose it down with some WD40 and run the key in there a few dozen times. it should loosen it up. If that doesn't work, your going to need your title to the bike and the bike at a locksmith so they can cut you a new key. the vin on the title and frame of the bike has to match too.
had big probs with my 2012 300.warranty replaced ignition.still hard 2 start.when cold turn fuel on, lay it over till carb overflows,choke on,top dead centre,lean forward, then kick with your heal backwards&down.sidestand down or any other way 2 stand high&get a good swing
this is just a suggestion , but i would go to a bike shop and have a look at a bike just like yours to see if you see which coloured wires go where ! even draw on paper as best you can and try to match them up , sometimes you may find by asking them at the counter they may tell you what you need to know , i'm sorry i don't have a bike but i thought you may appreciate the suggestion , even type the make an model of you bike online and refer to the word electrical scematic after the name of your bike and model or manuals and see what comes up ?
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Wemoto has new parts, use this link for prices.
If your after cheaper spares and don't know a Husky wrecker, try ebay. Enter Motorcycle spares and accessories section, search TE 510 and all manner of stuff will pop up. Find a secondhand motor part or similar (if no gears/gearbox's) and check their "other items". This inevitably leads to a host of other parts TE510 as well. Links for sellers also shows up same type of parts. Searching for "transmission" will get you no-where except frustrated.Cheers
The dealership should be able to help you there. Often the shift pedal from an earlier model will work well. The factory changes things in a effort to improve the product but some changes are not as good as intended.