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Where is the starter solenoid on GPX750 - 1987 kawasaki GPX 750 R

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Behind the battery box

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1991 Honda Night Hawk 750.., battery fine but the fuse box clicks when I push the start button, nothing else happens.


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1979 GL1000 GOLD WING STARED REAL GOOD AND I STALED IT AND NOW I HAVE NO POWER IN STARTER BUTTON I TOWED IT AND IT STARTED BUT STILL NO POWER TO STARTER BOOTON TO STARTER


If you take off your side cover you will find your starter solenoid right next to your battery. Follow your positive battery cable to the solenoid. Turn your ignition on and push the starter button, you should hear the solenoid click. If the solenoid clicks the button is good. If not check the two colored wires going to the solenoid for continuity with an ohm meter when you press the starter button. If no continuity, take apart and clean or replace the switch, you found the problem. If solenoid clicks, try shorting between the two terminals on the solenoid. If starter engages you have a bad solenoid. If starter still does not work, hold the starter button and tap on the starter with a plastic hammer. If starter engages now, you need new starter brushes (about $15). If armature or coils are bad then you will need a replacement starter.

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When i turn the key the cylanoid kicks in but it wont crank over


If the starter or solenoid clicks but nothing else happens when you attempt to start the engine, there may not be enough amps to spin the starter. Or the starter may be bad. A poor battery cable, solenoid or ground connection, or high resistance in the solenoid itself may be the problem. A voltage check at the solenoid will reveal if battery voltage is passing through the ignition switch circuit. If the solenoid or relay is receiving battery voltage but is not closing or passing enough amps from the battery to spin the starter motor, the solenoid ground may be bad or the contacts in the solenoid may be worn, pitted or corroded. If the starter cranks when the solenoid is bypassed, a new solenoid is needed, not a starter. so first the voltage of the battery needs to be checked.the other things to be checked is starter and starter solenoid. Thanks. you can rate this solution and show your appreciation.

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Starter solinoid replacement enstruction


SOLENOID REPLACEMENT
(see Figures 5, 6 and 7)

Prior to removing the solenoid from the starter motor unit, matchmark the solenoid-to-starter motor housing position, as shown in the accompanying illustration.
  1. Remove the starter motor from the vehicle.
  2. Detach the solenoid-to-starter motor wire from the solenoid terminal.

Do not disassemble the solenoid; if the solenoid is defective, replace the entire unit with a new one.
  1. Remove the two attaching screws, then slide the solenoid out of the starter motor housing flange.
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Fig. 5: Before removing the starter motor solenoid, matchmark the solenoid-to-starter motor housing relationship

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Fig. 6: Disconnect the field coil lead from the solenoid by loosening the retaining nut ...

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Fig. 7: ... then remove the two attaching screws and separate the solenoid from the motor housing


To install:
  1. Inspect the solenoid plunger joint for wear or other damage. Replace it, if damage is evident.
  2. Apply Suzuki Super Grease A (99000-25010) or equivalent, to the solenoid plunger and to the tip of the lever arm (inside the starter motor-to-solenoid housing hole).
  3. Insert the solenoid into the starter motor housing, ensuring that the matchmarks made during removal are aligned.
  4. Install and tighten the two attaching screws securely.
  5. Attach the starter motor-to-solenoid wire to the solenoid terminal.
  6. While the starter motor is removed form the vehicle, perform the testing procedure to ensure that the new solenoid functions properly.
  7. Install the starter motor.

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