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thomas liles

2007 wr 450

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I hit starter button and get one click from relay. sometimes it starts on second push and sometimes it takes a few tries. Starts strong and it's a new battery. I had found wires loose on relay under seat a while ago. Should I check voltage when I hit button?

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If it just clicks check for 12.7-13 volts at the battery. Then you can check for the same voltage at the starter bolt. If it has good voltage and the starter doesn't move its usually the starter.

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Ok I'll check it out. I'm going to jump the relay also and check grounds. Thank you!

Edited by thomas liles

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The WR has a 'issue' sometime of not starting if at top dead center.

Usually you just try a couple times till it gets over the hump, and it starts.

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Well that's what I thought it was at first and maybe it is?but it has done that one time to me and I couldn't kick it over but now when I get the single click I can kick it over easily.

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