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RE:RT IGNITION DELAY

I OWN A 1997 R1100RT WITH 57500KM ON THE CLOCK.RECENTLY I EXPERIENCED A SMALL DELAY WHEN I PUSH THE IGNITION BUTTON. I CLEANED THOROUGHLY THE BUTTON,REPLACED THE BATTER WITH A BRAND NEW ONE,CHARGED THE BATTER EVERY NIGHT,CLEANED THE IGNITION ITSELF AND REPLACED THE SOLENOID SWITCH BUT THE PROBLEMS IS STILL THERE.IT DOESN'T HAPPEN ALL THE TIME , EVERY 4-5 TIMES I TRY TO START THE RT.

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  • fcsyrop May 18, 2009

    well the mechanic REPLACED them , too when he serviced the starter...

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Probably the bushes worn in the starter motor

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