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2001 929 starter not working, big electric/mecanic noise,

My batterie kept getting empty very fast, and now when I try to start it , I hear a big noise next to the baterie , and the elecgtric system restart itself,

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  • omar4cathy Mar 31, 2009

    i have 2000 honda cbr 929rr and yesterday it was rain a lot early in the morning and get on her and start right on but the same day afternoon i try to turn on again and start doing clak clak and the light sppeddometer and etc.. is show so low and i put jumping cable for my car to my motorcycle and start on normaly after 5 minute i take out the jumping cable and still on after 5 second its shot off againg



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Check the battery voltage with a multimeter, it should read approx. 12 volts. with the meter connected to the battery turn the key to on, turn on brights, turn signal and press brake lever. if goes below 9 volts, charge the battery and try again. if still goes below 9 volts replace the battery. when you get a good battery, start the bike and check charging voltage. should be around 14.7 volts at 5k RPM. if you have low charging voltage, let me know.

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