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How can you bypass the starter solonoid on a 110cc pocket bike

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Just use a screwdriver and wedge it between the two big terminals on the relay to make contact to each other and the motor will turn over. You can also run a jumper wire from the positive terminal of your battery to the terminal on the starter motor and it will crank.

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Set a battery charger to around 13 or 14 volts. Ground it to frame. Make positive charge contact with starter where harness directly attaches to starter. That will crank up the starter.

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