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The strart switch is on run, but when i hit the strat switch to start the bike i get no respond, battery is fully charged and i can push strart it.

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Check the soleniod switch, you can probabely shortcircuit the two wires on the soleniod and see if the starter will turn, if it does thn you will have to either clean the starter button switch or replace it.
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