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starter not working? - July 3, 2007, 07:04 AM

i need some help. my bike wont put out the 14-15 required while i rev at 5000rpm. i did all the test on the generator, cuople, and the plug that connects to the starter relay. it seems my bike only runs on the battery because the system wont charge. i pulled the starter out, i put positive wire on the starter like the manual says and it wont do anything. what does the starter do beside start the bike. does it recharge the system. if i put a new one would this fix my problem. thanks
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July 3, 2007, 12:13 PM

any help.
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July 3, 2007, 12:30 PM

Dude, totally having same prob with my R1, but my starter is engaging. Ground out the starter and make sure it spins. Check all the wires to and from the stator, R/R, and battery. Might be a fault in the lines, or the main solenoid near there. I found that if you check everything like that, you may soolve the problem. Might be a quick fix of a wire and conectors, or the stator might not be charging. Mine looks like the wires are bad into the stator, but not sure yet.



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July 3, 2007, 12:46 PM

how do i ground the starter. is the stator the part that is like a magnet inside the crankcase cover. thanks
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July 3, 2007, 01:09 PM

Should be two leads on the starter, one for the positive, one for the neg. That neg wire actually should still be copnnected.
The stator should be on the left side, the magnet thingy, yes. check all the connectors there. The Rectifier/regulator should look like... like a heat sink, those fin looking things you see on a computer board.
Im not too familiar with gixxer probs, or parts, but you may want to check out for Gixxer forums, Suzuki sites, that sorta thing too. I have had alot of help for both my Ninja and R1.



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