Question about Suzuki VL 1500 Intruder LC Motorcycles
Make sure hot wire not grounding.--also check starter button.could be bad or sticking.
Posted on Jun 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
when he jumped it with the charger he probably fan too much curent through the system witch made a relay stick so when you hit the start button it dosnt shut off the kill switch probably went bad because of it also trace the wires from the start button and find the relay that they go to and check it with a multimeeter how they work is it uses a little amount of curent to controle a big amount
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
This is an internal solenoid problem, which most often occurs with ultima brand starters but has been observed with several others less frequently.
The problem is likely to appear intermittent and arises when the starter is under additional strain from compression stroke of the engine. Once the arc occurs, the starter will run because the solenoid remains engaged internally from the 12v starter source. Once this happens, the ignition, starter switch and relays are bypassed so turning them off will not stop the connection.
One common reason this also occurs is installing too large of a starter in the bike. Many owners believe that a 2.0kw or 2.4kw will work a lot better than the OEM rated starter, typically 1.2kw, and this is not the case. Hi-torque and hi-capacity starters draw higher amperage and reduce the rated cold-cranking amps of the battery under a load. It is not uncommon for this mismatch to result in the jackshaft getting hung regularly because of reduced battery voltage in the cranking mode.
Continued strain of this type is typically what breaks down the solenoid as well.
Posted on Feb 02, 2013
It sounds like a bad starter solenoid
Sometime located in starter
Sometimes located seperate
Check cables to make sure nothings been moved
If its not been worked on recently then I'm almost certain its a bad starter solenoid
Posted on Mar 03, 2014
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