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Statter bad or voltage regalator bad Charge up battery start it and put voltmeter on battery and see if charging should be 13,50 GOOD LUCK MOPAR KENNY

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This is a possibility. The header says you're working on a 1979 XLH 1000cc Sportster. This is not a 250cc bike and it takes a good battery to start and engine of this size. I've never seen a CCA rating on the battery requirement in a service manual but it does say that the battery should be capable of at least 32 Ahr.

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My 1996 Yamaha FZR 600 won't start. The lights turn on, but when I hit the start button, all I hear is a fast clicking sound. Maybe from the digital ignition box. I have tried jumping it from a car...


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Check output of battery when bike is idling.
If still 11 volt, then your charger, which is the magneto is faulty or the wire is broken from it to your battery. If the charge varies when you test when engine dead to engine idling, wire is fine. Should be 13 to 13.5 volt when idling if magneto is ok.

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First of all, when boost starting a bike from a auto make sure the auto is NOT running. The auto battery has more than enough power all by itself.

The most likely is 4) None of the above. The truck's charging system put more than 30 amps into the bike's electrical system and blew the fuse.

Get a new bike battery and fully charge it. Then go from there. If you really want to see if the bike will run before buying a new battery go ahead and hook up the cables to the truck battery and try it with the truck off.

A faulty alternator/regulator/rectifier should have no effect on the bike actually starting or turning over. Only the output of the charging system would be affected, possibly causing the bike to die when the cables are removed. My '78 Honda would not run at all without battery power, not sure if the Kawasaki is the same or not.

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You never did say what kind of bike and engine size, the bigger the bike the more juice it requires....Charge your battery fully ...it should read almost 13 volts or more if it doesn't you have a defective or poorly prepared batt....this is not uncommon,that's why a voltage meter is so important for telling you what's really going on. Clean your ground wire from battery to frame and make sure your batt terminals are tight...if no go again,.take your batteryback to the store and have it LOAD tested i'll bet it won't pass the test...they can also test the voltage coming from the batt...but read that load test yourself.....you see ,your batterystarts w/ a jump but isn;t putting out enough power to start your bike on it;s own....folow this letter step thru step and you should be back on the road in no time.....Good Luck to you friend.....Tim

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