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When i try to start i get a click the starter doesn't move is it the starter relay or the starter itself?

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To find out take your starter off and run a positive to the starter and the ground to a bare side of it and if it dont turn then your starter is bad if it does turn then its the relay

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Not a bike expert but all engines are similar.

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http://www.amazon.com/Starter-Solenoid-Relay-VT1100-Shadow/dp/B008I5OU6Y/ref=sr_1_28?s=automotive&ie=UTF8&qid=1411408543&sr=1-28&keywords=starter+solenoid+relay+honda+shadow

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Finally, hook the battery charger up to the battery and move the selector up to start, say 50 amps. Try that. If you still have nothing but clicks, and all bolts and nuts are tight, time to look at the starter itself.

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