Question about Motorcycles
It sounds as if the starter is turning but not engaging so I'd suspect the clutch or the gear is loose or without teeth, but even without teeth you'd likely hear unpleasant grinding noises. I'd expect the clutch and starter are all one unit. (They are on a car where space is less critical than a bike.) Try giving the starter a bang with the handle of a screwdriver or hammer to see if it frees the gears to engage while you're trying to start it. If it starts, replace the starter. You should get a re-core charge if you don't bring in the old starter. (You do with cars.)
Posted on Nov 07, 2014
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