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Suzuki C90 Won't Start

A few days ago I tried to start my C90 & it sould not start, nothing, no sound at all. I waited a few minutes & it turned over right away. Today I tried again and nothing. Does any know what could be going on? Battery seems to have plenty of power.

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  • bob_kroboth Jun 04, 2009

    Hi,

    I pushed the bike in gear & let out the clutch, then tried to start it again & it started fine & I rode it around the block. Stopped it, and it wouldn'tI start again until pushed it in gear again & let out the clutch. I am really confused..

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Check your battery cables, especially the ground cable. Check your ignition switch for loose wires/connections. Check your fuse box. Check your wiring harness for shorts and broken wires. When you say "battery seems to have plenty of power" what does that mean? What test(s) did you perform on it?

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    Dick Jun 04, 2009

    Do your lights come on when you turn the ignition on? Have you tested your battery voltage?

  • vivalv59 Oct 19, 2010

    I encountered a similar problem with my C90. I ended up replacing the entire right side switch housing assembly. You can't order/replace just the starter switch, 4-way flasher button, etc. you have to replace the entire assembly. After I replaced it everything was good.

    Same goes for the left side; if any of the switches are bad you will need to replace the entire assembly.

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