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Starter wont engague. it has been rebuilt yet when you hit ignition nothing happens. battery has plenty of juice and all lights and blinkers work.

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It sounds like your starter relay is not working. this happens from time to time. Get out the test light, this is your first weapon in elec. problem solving. it you dont know where the starter relay is at on your bike follow the power wire from your battery to the relay. make sure you have power at the relay on the battery side of it now put your test light on the starter side of the realy and hit the ignition, did it light up?? if not you need to make sure your getting power it the starter button. if your not check the fuse if you are or you getting power out of the switch, if so make sure its getting to the starter relay. thats just about all the starting system, Make sure that all your safety switches are working as they should, not know your model I'm not sure which ones your bike has. on most bikes there is a clutch, neutral, and side stand safety switches. you can check those with your miulty meter on the ohm setting. please contact me with your finding. The best of luck
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