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IF I TURN A SMALL LT80 QUAD INTO PULL START ONLY..DO I NEED THE STARTER MOTOR?

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If you have converted to a pull starter than no you do not need the starter motor

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If I understand your concern right, whenever you connect the battery, the quad's starter motor will run even when the ignition is OFF.

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If you have verified that it is the latter (using a relay), then you need to replace that relay.

In some instances, it could be the starter switched that has fused together its contacts though this rarely happens.

If your concern has not been corrected after completion of the above procedures, try to pls post back with pictures of where the + big battery wire goes to.

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