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77 wiring having a starting problem and have a green wire that is melter that runs down the length of the bike adn goes to some little box that has two wires attached to it

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I am not too sure about an ignition module. if the bike will not turn over or is a hit and miss i would check for a bad starter relay. usually under the battery if it is an electric start bike. really need more info. the relay will have one small wire and two larger wires. small wire activates solenoid and two big wire will run current from battery positive to the starter bendix. if the coil is bad it could over amp the 16 ga. wire and melt it.

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The box is most likely the ignition module. You should be able to run a new wire to take care of the problem. Make sure the wire is the same gage. Check other wires for melting, you will need to replace them if you find any. This may be a reoccurring problem, if you have a short that is causing the wires to overheat. This will need to be tracked down and fixed, or running the new wires will only be a temporary fix.

Posted on Aug 06, 2008

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