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Will not start unless I bypass the starter selenoid

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SOURCE: Starter problem 1997 FLSTS

see the diagram attached, and by pass it . GOD BLESS YOU07b0a924-114d-4fdb-a9c3-005a442421f7.gif4c66c703-1a35-40c8-931c-f38f83eeeeca.jpgHowever if the problem persist you must replace the starter unit.to out tolerance parts.
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Posted on Jul 11, 2013

Testimonial: "Bypass was tried and still failed. Got to be the selenoid failing under cranking because when the plunger stay pulled in it crank the bikes and start. P.s. For others, starter clutch was replaced last years and as per experience it's still working all fine."

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see the diagram attached, and by pass it . GOD BLESS YOU07b0a924-114d-4fdb-a9c3-005a442421f7.gif4c66c703-1a35-40c8-931c-f38f83eeeeca.jpgHowever if the problem persist you must replace the starter unit.to out tolerance parts.
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Hi!!

You may have the positive cable hooked in the wrong side of the starting selenoid or the starter selenoid is defective.

Follow the RED (+) cable from the battery, it goes to the starter selenoid wich has two terminals, change the cable to the other terminal, that should take care of the problem unless the selenoid is stuck on. Replacement runs about $15.

Don't forget to rate this post. Good Luck!!

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Based on your description, the starter selenoid is not getting enough juice (current) to pull up solidly. So, causes are:
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2. bad connection of battery+ at the battery or at the selenoid terminal.
3. bad ground connection between the starter selenoid and the truck chassis.

If you want to bypass the selenoid, you can place a jumper cable on the "FAR" side of the selenoid (the side that feeds the starter). Then momentarily touch the other end of the jumper to the battery + terminal.

If the starter cranks, then you have confirmed the selenoid as problematic. Remove it and either replace it or disassemble and clean it.

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