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Old 02-10-2013, 12:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question help guru's --- start button ? cylanoid ?

guys i have a major issue and the guys i talk to give me to many options but not the answer....

-the start button ? can it stick and cause the starter to engage and not cut off unless unplugged?
-can the cylanoid not being a stock model cause the overload and keep the starter engaged?
-also had a few times using the start button to crank the bike and unplugged the cylanoid and the starter kept running but luckly it only did that once...

-so now im at a cross roads trying to figure out what to do ? what to replace ? what to fix ?
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Old 02-11-2013, 05:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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More than likely the solenoid is sticking, I have had this issue with aftermarket solenoids. If it sticks, tap the solenoid and it should release the starter.
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More than likely the solenoid is sticking, I have had this issue with aftermarket solenoids. If it sticks, tap the solenoid and it should release the starter.
Well there any differ than using factor than aftermarket ??? Problem is if I'm on a ride and it acts up I can't just hit the part on the trail. But is anyone had a start button issues ?
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I have had it stick with an aftermarket solenoid. I have also had the switch stick, usually in cold weather when water might have gotten in the switch. If the switch is sticking, you can unplug the solenoid wiring and it should stop, if it does not stop turning the engine over then the solenoid is the issue.
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I have had it stick with an aftermarket solenoid. I have also had the switch stick, usually in cold weather when water might have gotten in the switch. If the switch is sticking, you can unplug the solenoid wiring and it should stop, if it does not stop turning the engine over then the solenoid is the issue.
Yes every time I unhooked the solenoid I would stop engaging the starter so the engine would run normal. So by these comments looks like I need a new start button housing. Now where do I find one ???
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I had a frozen starter button a couple weeks ago. I was out in the rain then temps dropped. Couldn't push the button in, put some de-icer on and it worked, went out ice fishing and it froze again. Doesn't sound like a thing that would happen in MS though.

Could be grit inside the button - spray with WD-40?
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I had a frozen starter button a couple weeks ago. I was out in the rain then temps dropped. Couldn't push the button in, put some de-icer on and it worked, went out ice fishing and it froze again. Doesn't sound like a thing that would happen in MS though.

Could be grit inside the button - spray with WD-40?
Wd-40 didn't help. Also added carb cleaner and still getting same results.
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Use a ohm meter to check the starter button.
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Take it apart and clean it. Make sure all the parts are dry when you reassemble it, and it wont stick. Liquids like wd40 may cause you further problems down the road as it will collect dirt and grime.
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On a CF Moto 500 I have I often thought I was the solenoid when in actual fact it was the relay for the solenoid
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