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I replaced the starter relay and still no starter action there is no power coming from the relay to the starter but the positive lead from the battery to the starter relay has 11.98 volts. 2001 660 grizzly ultramatic the relay clicks when the starter button is pushed

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When you push the start button and the relay clicks the lead from the relay to the starter should have 12volts. If it doesnt you either the relay is bad or the cable(lead) is bad from the relay to the starter.Hope this helps.
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