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Starter spins freely, will not engage

Yamaha Breeze ATV starter spins freely, will not engage, tested starter, is ok, need to know how to get to the elect. clutch? I was looking for a free service manuel?

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    Yamaha Breeze ATV starter spins freely, will not engage, tested starter, is ok, need to know how to get to the elect. clutch?

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There is a coil that pushes starter out to engage it to flywheel and a motor part that turns it. check to se if the coil part is good or hooked up.

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