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Electric starter not working

Hi,
i have chituma 125-c, just bought it, afew little problems with it but the main one is that the electric start is not working, some times if you press it something buzzes and other times nothing, i dont know where to start or what to do, cant find no wiring diagram on the internet or manufactures instructions.
any ideas???
thanks.
Matt

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To begin with you will have to check the battery cables if they are properly secured to the battery terminals and tht they are clean and having a good contact.
Locate the solenoid switch of the starter and jump the wires and see if the starter will turn..this switch should be around the battery area or best follow the positive wire of the battery and you may locate it.
Important of all is also to check if the battery ahs 12volts or more!
Hope this helps!

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

Testimonial: "hi, Matt again, thanks for the help ive used my multimeter and checked the battery, there was 10 volts so ill get a charger and hava go."

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