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2003 honda cb250 no start

Motor clicking, battery OK, motor can not start,
after using for many month to commute work. it happens once a week or two, recently after all night raining?

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Starter solinoid has got wet,spray the electrics with wd40 to displace the water. if this does not remedy the fault then the starter solinoid will have to be replaced..hope this helps

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