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I have a2006 kawasaki klf 300 4x4 its making clicking noise in gearbox wen im riding it and jumps in an out of gear and my neutral light dont work i start it by bridging starter solenoid can that

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Is the shift lever bent? sounds like it if u r not getting neutral indication. . With engine off & key on try moving lever up & down & c if light comes on. May just need to adjust or it may be a shift lever or internal shift mechanism bent or broken

Posted on Nov 27, 2013

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hi m8,, i guess u have a neutral light lit up 2,, u need that to start it as well,, no light and she wont go ,, or try pulling the clutch lever in as u push the starter,, ,if none of that works,, then 1st u can do a quick experiment ,, grab a rubber or plastic handled screw driver, and cross the two terminals on the solonoid, if she turns over then the starter button needs cleaning up, or may have a break in the wire,

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You probably need to add water to the battery or the battery is getting weak and needs to be replaced. Water should cover the top of the battery plates. Get a 1 or 2 amp trickle charger and charge the battery for a few hours.
The problem may now go away.

If it continues then put a volt ohm meter on the battery and see what voltage is present when revving the engine. The voltage should be about 2 volts higher than the listed battery voltage, as in 6v now 8v / 12v now 14v.
If not, have the dealer check the stator and rectifier/regulator.

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SOURCE: noise in the gear box of a 2004 suzuki rm 85 2 stroke

Sounds like the cam chain needs to be adjusted, it's normal for bigger bikes check a manual for the procedure for your bike. it normally take about five minutes. hope this helps

Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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SOURCE: bike wont start/turnover neutral light goes out

Did the starter work when it was jumped by a car battery? If so, the problem is probably the battery in the bike. Take the battery to an automotive parts house and have it tested. Usually, they'll test the battery for free.

What is the CCA of your battery? Those big engines are hard to start and you may not have a battery with enough "Cold Cranking Amps" to turn the engine over. The old Harley Sprint (1973 & '74) was notorious for this. You really had to have a strong battery in that bike for he electric starter to work.

Some bikes have wiring that disables the starter if the transmission is not in neutral. Check on this as well.

Posted on Nov 05, 2009

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SOURCE: kawasaki eliminator dont star any noise starter

Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Initially, if the problem is that the starter motor will not turn when the start button is pressed, determine if there is a clicking sound:

  • if there is, then the starter relay is activating but not engaging. To confirm, temporarily short the 2 big terminals of the starter relay. The starter motor should turn;
  • to locate the starter relay, follow the battery's + cable;
  • if starter motor will not turn even when the relay's terminals are jumped, the faulty starter motor most likely the carbon brushes and/or the commutator segments;
  • if the starter motor spins when terminals jumped, then the starter relay is faulty;
  • if there is no clicking sound, try with the clutch lever pulled in and/or the side stand folded up;
  • check the neutral switch / light.
Postback results of above tests.

Good luck and thank you for asking FixYa.

Posted on Dec 21, 2009

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