Question about 1998 Triumph Triumph Thunderbird
Sounds like the starter solenoid is on its way out.Follow the positive lead of the battery down to a small canister,about the size of a pill bottle.When you advance the key you should hear a distinctive click coming from this part.If you don't try tapping on it lightly to see if you can get it to click.If you have a 12 volt meter you should be getting a good solid 12 volts going down to the starter motor from the solenoid .If you don't you have your culprit.Happy Riding
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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