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Wining noise when pressing the starter button, engine does not engage. .

Battery is full charge and new starter was installed, but not by me. Is there anything special you have to do when installing the new starter that could have been missed?

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SOURCE: Starter problems

you need to check and see if you have 12volts at the relay and if you have 12volts at the wire from the switch on the relay. if you are getting power to the wire from the switch then you may have a bad starter relay.

Posted on Apr 04, 2009

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SOURCE: 2007 drz400 push start button and nothing

You got it, faulty starter solenoid or wiring from switch to solenoid.

Silly question but is the kill switch on??

Posted on Dec 03, 2009

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SOURCE: solenoid just clicks and starter doesn't engage

Does your starter have a good ground now after the paint job??? If you jump from the battery to the starter side of the solenoid, do you get any results?

If you have good power and the starter is known good, your solenoid could be faulty.

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Posted on Jan 09, 2010

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SOURCE: I push electic starter button..does

You need to check the fuse for the solenoid and make sure it is getting power, and if all else fails you might have gotten a bad solenoid.

Posted on Apr 22, 2011

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