Question about kawasaki ZRX 1100 R Motorcycles
First and most likely cause is the battery. The Click would be the starter relay or the bendix engaging. Inadequate current from the battery to turn the starter and the engine once engaged. A booster pack or a jump start from a car (Do not start the car when boosting because of the lower current systems on the bike) would at least turn the engine and try to start. If that works you will need to replace the battery or try a deep cycle (regenerative) recharge. If that does not work you may have an issue with the starter. Remove the starter and apply 12 volts directly to it to see if it turns. Do not allow it to turn for very long you just want it to turn to confirm is it is good. Be careful the starter may try to jump out of your hand. It is best to secure it in a vice or keep a firm grip when testing it.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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