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Just a click (from the solenoid?) when trying to start. Battery fully charged.

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Battery fully charged. (has power)

Solenoid clicking. (power to this electric switch)

Check voltage on both large wires on your solenoid. One should be hot all the time. the other not except ... When you press the start button, the other big terminal should become energized. Does it?

If it does, id next check the connection on the starter ... power there with the button pressed? Is your wire intact? Proper size? Does it get hot?

Only one thing left ...

Id take the starter off the machine then jump from a known good battery (your car) to both ground (the shell of your starter) and the terminal where the wire goes. Put your foot on it or place it in a vice - DO NOT TRY TO HOLD IT WITH YOUR HAND!!!

If it runs in this condition ... reassemble.

if it doesn't ... I suspect you might be in need of brushes. Check that ... then go have a chat with the parts man at the motorcycle shop. See what he of she says.

I hope this helps you ...

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Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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First, make sure that your battery is in good condition, FULLY CHARGED, and the wires/cables that are connected to the Battery Terminals are clean and securely connected, and the same with the Ground wire/cable from the Battery terminal to the Frame. If you still have that problem, is sounds like you need to replace your STARTER RELAY, and/or Clean or Rebuild the Solenoid. ALSO, check that the wire connection TO the solenoid (that's the small green wire that comes from the Starter Switch) is clean and securely connected. Good Luck.

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SOURCE: bike starter just clicks when trying to start

possible poor ground

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