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I check my batery with volt meater and had 12.8 volts push button and had 12.7 on starter wire at stater hear cleck at stater relay not any thang at stater now what

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Starter coil open, replace starter.

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Q: Can you turn on the head light and horn?
A: Yes.
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the starter bolts in. It's a standard Nippondenso type starter. What is your problem, it may not be the starter.

Since you've checked the battery and the voltage regulator, I'm going to make an assumption that the bike will not start. Well, let's check a few things first.

First, check for voltage at the large bolt on the starter. There should be 12 volts or more at this junction. If you follow this large black wire upwards, you'll find that it connects directly to the positive battery post. Make sure these connections are clean.

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