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Bike stalled, tried to re-start and just clicking noises, found a couple wires into relays broken, fixed those now the relays just click when i try and start it and it wont kick-start!

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What is year and model? Has the battery been checked for proper ampere and voltage output? Do the lights come on or other accessories? Kick starting I'm assuming is difficult to say the least. What year and model, and any other info about the bike would help.

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