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I have a 2003 1100 v-star classic and have no power I replaced stater,starter, battery, volt regulator, I have no lights will not start no odometer reading.

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Where you got no power? The lights, turn signals, horn work?
Have you checked the main fuse?

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SOURCE: replaced starter relay and stater in yamaha 1100 2001 v star

Charge battery to full, start in neutral, still clicks? Bad ground, or bad connection. Jump starter solenoid with screwdriver,etc. if motor turns over the relay is bad. Chaz Moto DC

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2000 v star classic 1100. The engine will not turn over. Replaced battery, starter solenoid, and starter relay. The starter is good. You can jumper the starter and the bike starts right up.


when you hit yhe start button put a test light to the starter hot wire it should light if not seeing how you done chsngrd thr relay solenoid it could be the stat button itself

Jun 11, 2011 | 2001 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic

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Hello Friend:

#1) Double Check your Battery Charge it and clean Your Battery Posts and your Battery Cables ,Make sure there is NO Corrosion Hidden Under the Cables

#2) Now Test it for Cranking Volts.By having someone turn the Key to Start While they do that Take a Volt meter Put Black lead on Meter to NEG. Red Lead on Postive Post. With the Key in the Starting Position Your Meter should be 9.6 Volts at least.If it has 9.6 or More.

#3) Next Step is to Check your Solenoid & Starter DICONNECT the NEGATIVE Battery Cable, Raise your Truck up and Secure it w/Stands. With a Drop Light Take a Close look to See if your Battery Cable from your Starter and Your other 2-Smaller wires are Connected good and Tight.

#4) If all the wires are Good and Tight and Clean. Go Ahead and Remove your Starter mark your wires on the Solenoid so you get them back where the are Suppose to Go. Now Have it Bench Tested.Most Garages or even your Local Auto Parts Store can do This.

#5) If your Solenoid and Starter Don't Check out OK,Then Replace Starter and Solenoid.NOTE: Chevy Starters Have Shims that go Between the Starter and Block.Because the Casting on the Starters are not all the Same Thickness. If there were Shims when you Pulled your Stater Don't Throw them out you could Need them with your New Starter.

#6) Re-Install your NEW Starter and Solenoid Put your Wires Back on the Same Terminals they Came off the Old Starter Solenoid. Make Sure they are Good and Tight.

#7) Reconnect your FULLY CHARGED Battery. Remember your Stater should of had at Least 9.6 Volts Under Load .Or its no good.

#8) Now Try to Sart if it Starts Great the problem is Solved

#9) If it will still not Start The Next thing is Your Ignition Switch is Faulty , You should Replace the Ignition Switch.
Note: Your Regulator is Integrated inside your Alternator just for Future Knowlegde.

#10) This Should Solve your Problem.

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Any issues with after market batteries? thanks Bob


Check the voltage with a volt meter with the cycle running should be 14.5 volts or less preferably 14 volts. If it is higher check or replace the voltage regulator. I just replaced mine on a Yamaha 1100 V Star 2002.

Jul 04, 2010 | 2003 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic

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Replaced starter relay and stater in yamaha 1100 2001 v star


Charge battery to full, start in neutral, still clicks? Bad ground, or bad connection. Jump starter solenoid with screwdriver,etc. if motor turns over the relay is bad. Chaz Moto DC

Jan 22, 2010 | 2001 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic

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New battery starter was tested still not starting/ they say it might be the igitions switch or still could be starter/cylioniod on top of starter but have to buy them together...?


Yes,they do have to be purchased together,this is a low geared reduction starter,with magnets,instead of brushes,Check for voltage to the starter wire on the solenoid when the ignition is in the start position,if there are 12 volts ,then replace the starter,if not,the neutral safety switch,or the ignition switch are bad.Try this,hold the key to start the car,and lightly tap on the starter,if it starts,the stater is bad.

Jan 19, 2010 | 2004 Mercury Mountaineer

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2001 vstar 1100 classic, issue is when start button is pressed all I hear is a click (one only). battery appears good and even with a boost it still just clicks. Can be push started OK. is this te...


If you turn the key on, you should get a strong headlight, horn and brake light when the battery is strong. If these are weak, then the battery is dying. If the battery is strong, hitting the start button should turn the headlight OFF momentarily. If there is no change or the headlight is not coming on then the starter button could be damaged. The battery voltage should stay above 11 volts when you are cranking the engine or loading the electrical system with brake light, horn or high beam activation.

The starter solenoid is down by the battery and if you jump across the big two terminals with a screwdriver (bike in neutral, please!) that will jumper the battery power directly to the starter motor. If the battery is good, the starter should start to spin the motor over. If the battery is good and there is no sound, then the starter motor is bad. If the starter motor spins over, either the starter solenoid is bad or the wiring to it is defective.

You need a a 12v test light to check the starter solenoid wiring circuits. A good Volt meter will tell you about the state of the battery (should be over 12v resting), as well as whether the charging system is working, once you have determined that the battery is okay. You need to monitor the charging system once the bike is running to see if that is part of the problem or not. It should crank out upwards of 13.5 volts when you rev it up to about 2,500 rpms.

Check the web for V-star forums and groups who may know about any problems unique to this model.

Jan 19, 2010 | 2001 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic

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When I try to start it, it clicks. Does not crank


could be stater or starter solenoid to check solenoid take a pair of jumper cables and jump big wire from battery to big wire on other side of solenoid to starter if wire to starter gets hot sarter is bad if vehilc stars solenoid is bad

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Can a voltage regulator/rectifier if not working properly blow the main fuse. I have a 2002 v-star 1100. I was riding when all of a sudden the bike died on me. I lost all power no light, turn signals,...


YES!
Good link here:
http://www.flygenring.dk/yamaha/artikler/1100ChargingSystem.pdf

Symptoms:
Lights flickering at times and/or battery gets hot to the touch

Problem:
Reglator/Rectifier

When the regulator dies, it allows as much as 19 volts to appear across the battery. This is not good. It will cook the battery and the battery could even explode. Fuse can not stand up to this!





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Your motor is fine. It needs to put out more than 12 volts or the battery will not charge. Most alternators put out between 13 - 17 volts, so this is well within the range.

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