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# The shape of a pentagon - Computers & Internet

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A pentagon has five sides.

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If nothing is happening. Disconnect the singe wire connector just above that pentagon shaped plate. Connect a test light or volt meter to the wire end. Turn on the ignition switch and press the start button. The test light should light or the meter should show battery voltage. If not, your starter relay may be bad.

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The starter relay is a one inch cube shaped device usually made of black plastic. The location of the relay varies depending on year and model of the bike. Usually they're either under the seat or on the front side of the rear fender down low behind the transmission on that removable plate.

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