Question about Motorcycles
I believe your start solenoid is stuck in the closed position. Prove or disprove with a continuity tester. You can also disconnect the starter side and check operation with a volt meter. You MAY have a short in the wire that actually operates the solenoid.
Posted on Jan 17, 2013
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