Question about 2006 Suzuki GSR 600
Generally, this problem is the sign of an undercharged battery. Take a multitester, which should cost less than ten bucks, see how many volts your battery is providing by testing across the poles, on the 20 volt DC range -- red to positive, black to negative. You should see at least 11.5 volts. If you are not reading that much, the battery will not provide enough power to start the motor but will just have enough power to make the starter solenoid click. If you have a battery charger, see if the battery will charge higher. If it will not, your battery must be replaced. As an extra test, when you have the new battery or the recharged battery hooked up, and the engine running, you can make the same test and you should see about 13.2 volts. If you don't get that much, your charging system, i.e., your alternator, is going bad. You can get an auto electric shop to test it and maybe rebuild it at a lower cost than buying a new one. BTW, two things. Batteries tend to go bad fairly quickly, so you could be good one day and next day have a weak battery. And, solenoids do go bad but only rarely.
Posted on Apr 24, 2014
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