Question about Motorcycles
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Make sure your connections on the starter relay are clean and tight. also, try changing the fuse anyway. sometimes even when they're not blown the carry too much resistance. if it still doesn't work, try bridgingyour starter relay using a pair of needle nose pliers. if it starts up, that means your relay is bad and needs to be replaced.
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