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Kawasaki concours ZG1000 the Electrical Starter when the engine is cool fail escape

I'm not speak engles but i tray, i'm spack spanish,
When de engine in the morning i'm push the botoom to star the engine, the electrical starter run ok, but de mechanical sistem what make turn on the engine fail slips, escape and repeat de operation many times util run de engine, when he teke temparature normal, the system starter mechanical no fail more, you can star many times and de problem not exist until the next day when the engine is cool again. Can you help me what's the solution and wich is the part neded replace to identificate, Thanks my email is edonatod@hotmail.com my name is Enrique Donato I'm leave in Santa Cruz-Bolivia in Soth America

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Sounds like the one way clutch bearning is going out you need to take bike to a shop to fix

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