Question about 1988 kawasaki ZL 250 Eliminator
A 30 amp fuse is a major short circuit. The problem should be easy to find. Trace the + battery lead to the solenoid and check for any bare wire touching anything metal. If all good then disconnect from the solenoid, keep it away from metal and try to start, if the fuse blows then the problem is the wiring between the fuse and the solenoid. If the fuse remains intact then the problem is in the solenoid or starter itself. Reconnect the wire to the solenoid and disconnect the one to the starter and isolate each in turn. This should at least tell you were the fault is. Hope this helped you
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
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