Question about 1982 Suzuki GS 650 GT
There are a few things to check.
1) are the wires good? any carbon buildup? melting? corosion on the ends? clean or replace and try again.
2) inspect the solenoid and the wire leading from the solenoid to the starter, also check the fuses next to the solenoid. you can find the solenoid by tracing the power wire from teh starter back to teh lef side of the bike near where your **** ends up but under the seat. there should be one or two 20A(red) fuses in a holder with it. clean or replace any bad or corroded wires or ends and try again.
3)disassemble the switch housing and look for proper contact. I had this problem and there is a spring in there that likes to rust and fall out. i was able to wire wheel the spring and replace it and havent had a problem since.
hope this helps!
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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