Yamaha Warrior Wont Start with Start Button

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GrimtownJuggalo

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all the lights work! it will want to start when jumping the solenoid! i have checked the fuse, everything is grounded, and i can find no real answer to this problem! no power going to the orange wire that goes into the ignition coil???? is this a bad connection?? or shorted out somewhere? PLEASE HELP ME I WANT TO RIDE!!!!!!:atv:
 

elwood

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So it starts when you jump the solenoid? Then is is 1 bad solenoid, 2 bad start button, or 3 bad wire somewhere in the start curcuit
 

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no, it wants to! it never will turn over! it baffles me because it was riding fine, then just quit! and thank you for replying, im hoping it is just a bad start button. i hope its not the solenoid because i just replaced that thing like 3 months ago!!! AGGGH!
 

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i know mine acts up, i have to fiddle with the red on/off toggle and then hit the start button. prolly dirty connections
 

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Mine recently did the same thing,turned out it was a bad contact in the white plug that connects to the harness from the start button.
 

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how did you fix that?? i cleaned all the connections and still nothing! :(
I found it by having the wife hold in the start button,and started playing with wires,when I got to that plug,and started moving it around,it turned over.

So I unplugged it,used a small flat precision screwdriver to "close" up the female ends of the plugs.Just put it above them and squeeze them down a bit,so when you click the plug together,the male ends are contacting better.

Dont squeeze them shut all the way,you won't be able to get the plug back together.

Hopefully helps...
 
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