Clutch Troubleshooting

the starter connections at the battery, solenoid and at the starter switch.

3. Headlight comes on, but goes out when the starter button is pushed: There may be a bad connection at the battery. Wiggle the battery terminals and re-check. If the starter starts cranking, you've found the problem. Remove and clean the battery terminal clamps. Clean the battery posts also. Reinstall the terminal clamps and tighten securely.

4. Headlight comes on, but dims slightly when the starter button is pushed: The problem is probably in the starter. Remove and test the starter as described in Chapter Seven.

5. Headlight comes on, but dims severely when the starter button is pushed: Either the battery is nearly dead or the starter or engine is partially seized. Check the battery as described in Chapter Three. Check the starter as described in Chapter Seven before checking for partial engine seizure.

6. Headlight comes on and stays bright when the starter button is pushed: The problem is in the starter button-to-solenoid wiring or in the starter itself. Check the starter switch, kill switch, starter relay and

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DIY Battery Repair

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