Question about 1998 Cagiva Canyon 500
Posted by Anonymous on
SOURCE: cagiva river starter problem
You can try running a positive wire directly from the battery to the post on the starter to see if it's a starter problem or a handlebar or wiring loom issue. If the stater spins when you hot rod it then i would go for thw wiring. but start at the problem ( being the starter and work your way back. You can use a test light to see if you're getting power at the starter when you hit the switch. If you aren't getting power at the starter I would check you clutch safety swith ( attatched to the clutch lever perch ) and then go to the kickstand switch. The kickstand will turn it off, so look down where it mounts to find it.If either one of those are bad or unplugged, the bike should'nt start for safety reasons set up at the factory.
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Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Contact you local Bike Dealer and give him the vin number. It should be some where on the frame. He should be able to help you.
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
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