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Cant find a starter for my 81 yamaha maxium 650 will a 1980 or 1982 starter work

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Sorry i took so long to get back to you Did some research has to be 1981 one year only found one on ebay hope thats helps Sono the 1980 or 1982 wont work MOPAR KENNY

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Dumb question, but did you check the fuse? if so,
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