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95 Honda Nighthawk 750 will not start--only clicks, even with new battery

When I push the START button, I only hear a click, but lights work fine and new battery produces same results. Please help--I am far from home and stranded.

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    Dick May 11, 2010

    What voltage do you get at the battery while trying to start? What voltage do you get at the starter while trying to start?

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If you are hearing a click and the battery and cdi box are good, than it is most likely you solenoid. Try tapping on the solenoid while try to start it. You can also try to run battery cables straight to solenoid to make sure it is not the starter swtich. You can also use a screwdriver and jump it across solenoid terminals and see if it turns over that way.

Double check all cables are clean and in perfect metal to metal contact.

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