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Starting problem lets see 84 honda magna 500 cc turn the key and the starter won't turn when pressed, also will not start with a running start sounds like an electrical problem I have already changed the starter solenoid and the starter still nothing. any ideas?

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  • trevorpatric Sep 14, 2009

    did all that but still nothing, I even tried a running start with it in gear popped the clutch but still nothing.

  • davy9245 May 11, 2010

    charge battery, check all the wire connections

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If you sit a small screwdriver across the solanoid terminals and there is a start, I would replace the right hand switch assembly, had this same issue

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The relay has failed or wiring to it-or the starter button is history-r ur batt connecs sound-dont replace any more parts until u know

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