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ALL LIGHTS WORK (BLINKERS,BREAKS,AND DASH LIGHTS) HOWEVER MY RUNNING LIGHTS DO NOT WORK.. IVE CHECKED ALL THE CONNECTIONS,FUESES, AND REPLACED THE BULBS. STILL NO RUNNING LIGHTS. ANY IDEAD ON WHAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM?

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Probably your starter button is the problem. On a lot of motorcycles the starter button is a two position switch. Push the button halfway in the headlight turns off. Push it all the way in and the solenoid engages the starter. This is to send more power to the starter motor. Try cleaning the button . If that does not work you may have to replace the switch assembly (the button is usually not sold separately).

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