Question about Suzuki Motorcycles
Begin with checking the fuse, then an inspection of the cable ends, then the relay. Perform a voltage check before and after the relay and chase the voltage down to where it stops/fails to go. If you make it all the way to the starter with good voltage then the starter is bad. You'll be checking bother the big wire, and the smaller one which energizes the starter. The smaller one interacts with safety switches at the kickstand, clutch and gearbox.
Take your time and work from the battery to the starter.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Battery is dead or no capacity. Check charge. A battery can read correct voltage but have no capacity. battery should be 13.8 volts fully charged approximately.
Did this just happen after storage or was it working fine then had the problem>? Needs more details and history to diagnose. How old is the battery??.
Posted on Apr 13, 2015
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