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01SUZUKI KATANA GSX 600F Bad Starter/Relay Switch~that is the ?

Hey does anyone know how to check to see if my starter is bad or if it is the Relay Switch. I can push start the bike but it will not start from ignition. Any help is appreciated.. Thanks

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  • rmitchell2a Apr 07, 2009

    I have a 2005 750 Katana, it fell and will not stert back up,I need help.

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    When I turn on ignition switch all is normal once I hit the starter switch the starter continually runes even after the bike starts I have to disconnect the battery to stop the starter from turning

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If there is a clicking noise when you hit the starter button, then the relay should be fine.
If there is no sound, check the fuses before removing the starter.

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The breaker thing is your starter relay and it may be defective or worn out.

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When you turn on your ignition switch, you allow the starter switch to have power. When you press the start button, that energizes a electric magnet in your starter relay which in turn puts the full capacity of your battery at the starters disposal. If this isn't hapening, there is some problem in your relay.

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power is getting to the starter each
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If not, then find the relay, it is at
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