Question about Motorcycles
I hope I read your question incorrectly, because it sounds to me like you swapped the negative & positive terminals around.. which may have burned the cables internally. If so, an Auto-electrician may be required
Posted on Nov 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no power to starter
sound like a bad starter solenoid try to cross the hot wire on the starter to a grond with a rubber ended screw driver if the starter spins your solenoid is bad if not your starter is bad
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
That clicking sound you are hearing may be a circuit breaker tripping indicating a short circuit somewhere. I think the starter circuit is powered by the ignition circuit. If you have a short circuit in your ignition system the breaker will trip killing power to your ignition, thus the engine dying, and preventing power for the starter circuit preventing the bike from being restarted.
On your bike, I believe there is a chrome coil cover over the coil on the left side of the bike. Check and see if this cover has come loose. I've seen them come loose and fall down on the coil connector on top of the coil shorting it out. If that ain't it, just keep looking, there's a short somewhere. Good Luck
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
start relay should be checked, if cables are loose or corroded they do not deliver enough power.if jumping the start relay will engage the starter replace the relay.
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
You need a test light on the starter terminal when it won't start. Attempt the start and if the light comes on, but the motor doesn't, the motor is defective. In that case, remove the starter from the engine and inspect each brush located at the opposite end from the drive for excess wear or weak spring tension that holds the brush in place. Don't rotate the brush 180 degrees when replaced. I don't know if rebuild kits are available--check with a dealer. Hope this helps!
Posted on May 21, 2010
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