Question about Motorcycles
Has new battery and tried to bypass starter by using screwdriver but same results
Posted by Anonymous on
Would first check all connections if they are not loose, start from battery terminal, tighten it up, fuse, switch and then starter motor.
your starter motor need check, bendix most probably jammed and hence the click. I would suggest tapping it few times should retract it to correct position and would allow you to start.
would suggest removing starter motor from the vehicle, clean it well, check brushes and check if electromagnet is correctly retracting.
hope this will help you (not with spelling and grammar...) - do not forget to vote...
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