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Starting problem, the bike starts in gear,clutch out. I have replaced starter pack,starter solonoid and believe the problem to be in the wiring loom from the solonoid. Possibly across wire. I would benifit from having the wiring diagram loom for the 1992 Model Tengai

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Have you checked the clutch safety switch? It should be located near the piviot of the clutch lever.

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