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Kick starter does not turn over the motor

I let a freind ride my '99 380 exc and he tells me that the kick starter hit him in the leg while riding and then made some vibrating noise. the next time we went to start it just empty air but return spring is still working. we jump started it and and rode it home, it seemed to run fine.

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Hi,
There is a gear mecanism that operates the kick starter.
Atteached to this is a stop lock. This is most likely your nemisis. Chances that the gear has brocken are slim.

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Jon

Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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