Question about 2003 BMW R 1200 CL
A fully maintained battery does not guarantee a good battery. The fast click is almost always caused by insufficient power. If you've checked the connections, try jumping from another 12v battery. If that gets the crank to turn, have the battery load-tested, or just replace the battery.
A new battery installed by you is still going to be far cheaper than having a mechanic diagnose this, and if a new battery doesn't do it, it's very likely the starter getting old, dragging, and drawing more power than the battery can deliver.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
Check the battery cables to its tightness on the terminals, and also check the battery wire to the solenoid & the wire from the soleniod to the starter, if these are ok then check the starter motor.
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Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Left saddle bag on r1200 clc will no longer latch
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