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After my 2005 Suzuki S83 runs for a while and heats up, after I turn it off, it won't start again until it completely cools off. There is power going to the head light, just no juice to the starter. Any ideas?

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Check your starter switch, they break and half the connection is lost

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I installed the battery in to my s83 backwards and now nothing will turn on. what should i do?


I would check you fuses.

I image when you put the battery in backwards, you blew at least the main fuse on your bike.

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