Question about 2003 Suzuki GSX-R 600
Since nothing is happening when you press the start button (no click or anything like that), your starter solenoid is most likely the culprit. Check the connections at the starter to ensure they are tight and corrosion free. I doubt you'll find any issues with the connections, but it doesn't hurt to check. Usually the problem will be intermittent if it is a connection problem unless the wire to the starter has been severed. Check with your dealer to see if the starter and solenoid are available separately, if not, you'll have to replace the starter as well.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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