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Bike has electrical issues

Just had a new stater put on my bike and now when i hit the switch i get nothing.. the battery is fully charged and everything else seems to come on as it should..when the switch is hit the head light dims ,but nothing

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You hooked something up wrong. Go over your connections and grounding. It sounds like the starter is not getting juice. Is the starter grounded properly? Is the juice not getting to the starter? Is the problem maybe in the switch or another connector before the starter? trace all your wires, looking for connectors that may have vibrated apart. Check your battery charge level.

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