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I'm at the end of my rope. Earlier I posted about my starter solinoid being out. I have replaced stator, regulator, rectifier, battery and solinoid. Checked kill sw clutch and kickstand sw I turn key and get nothing. Battery is at 13.24 jumped solinoid nothing I have power to solinoid it should at least click nothing wdoes anyone want the challenge to run me through the diagnostics to troubleshoot my bike. I'm literate with meters and parts I'm going to be up all night. 65 yr old army veteran two tours Vietnam
 

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I'm at the end of my rope. Earlier I posted about my starter solinoid being out. I have replaced stator, regulator, rectifier, battery and solinoid. Checked kill sw clutch and kickstand sw I turn key and get nothing. Battery is at 13.24 jumped solinoid nothing I have power to solinoid it should at least click nothing wdoes anyone want the challenge to run me through the diagnostics to troubleshoot my bike. I'm literate with meters and parts I'm going to be up all night. 65 yr old army veteran two tours Vietnam
Hi Mike, thanks for your service sir. Sounds like you have a bad fuse. I have an 1800, and it has a big fuse box on right side and there is an ignition fuse in there. On the left side there are 2- 30A main fuses. Start with those
 

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Geez. You need to start over. First thing first. If you have good battery cables and good battery, which you might. Then the next to check is the starter solinoid, is it engaging or not. Two things power feeding the activator, which is your ignition switch providing all other items are working. Neutral switch, kill switch, kick stand and clutch switch. You can cheat it all by providing straight power to your starter. NOW if this is too much for you, forget it all and get a mechanic. Paying saves headaches and you do not have to worry. Sounds like it may be the starter. There is rebuild starters on line. My advice is get a mechanic so you do not put more problems into your bike.
 
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