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After the bike fell, the electric starter does not

After the bike fell on its side while parked, the bike odes not start, the electric starter does not gives anything, it seems it is an electric problem (fuse?) more than the electric starter itself. there is still the typical pump priming noise heard when putting the contact, but no other electric controls work, which isnormal until the motor is running i think. any ideas?

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Check the kickstand switch

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Depending on the make/model of your bike, there might be a "kickstand" switch (which prevents you riding off with your kickstand down) sometimes this can be faulty (or broken from a fall over) and prevent the bike from starting. I would check (bypass the switch) usually located near where the kickstand attaches to the frame, to see if the bike starts with the switch bypassed. If it does, replace (or remove) the switch. Depending on which side the bike fell, you might have damaged the kill switch (generally located on the right bar/clip-on). Basically carefully inspect the side of the bike that it fell on, look for any obvious signs of damage and then meticulously inspect that area for loose/broken wires/connectors. Do all the lights, instrument panel light up when the key is turned on? Check the battery connections. There are numerous possibilities, but use standard troubleshooting methodologies and you should be able to find or narrow down the problem. For future reference I think you were probably referring to the kickstand switch as opposed to to a "lean angle cut off" switch, which would be very dangerous to have on a motorcycle. Anyway, if you want/need more help. Post some more details such as; make/model/year, side it fell on, do the electrics (lights, turn signals, brake light, speedometer, tach etc.) work (or which don't & under what circumstances), does the started motor turn etc. etc. etc. Good luck.

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Hi and welcome to the site,

Check / replace the 20A main fuse. It would be inside the starter relay. To locate the starter relay, follow the red cable from the battery's + terminal.

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When you press the start button, you energize a electric magnet that pulls a disk against the bottom of the two large terminals. Over time, these connections become burned and they may not make a connection.

So, one terminal is the battery, the other goes to the starter. check for voltage on the start side with the key on and the start switch depressed. Voltage = starter trouble. No voltage = your solenoid may need replacing.

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