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Okay, there are only so many things that will cause this problem.
A: The battery must have a full charge with no dead cells.
B: The cables at the battery cannot be corroded; if so, they must be taken off and steel brushed clean, with a little oil on them. Brush the connectors clean as well. Make sure the terminals are tightly tightened to the wires.
C: Make sure the wires on the solenoid are securely tightened.
D: If you look at all of these and it still clicks, it has to be the solenoid. Cubs are notorious for burning up starter solenoids.
I have two Cubs myself, and I have replaced solenoids on both, one of the twice.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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