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Have a Grizzly 600 4x4. When I hit the start switch it sounds like the starter stays engauged for a bit then releases. ...
Have a Grizzly 600 4x4. When I hit the start switch it sounds like the starter stays engauged for a bit then releases. It does start just fine but with this hangup. I would think it would be the starter not the sylinoid. Any ideas?
im not sure but i just bought a starter i will install it today i had the same problem and the other day i went to start the bike and the starter stayed engaged the bike did not start and drained the battery im not sure if it is the solinoid or starter i cant find a replacement solinoid
Does it sound like the starter is staying energized after you release the button or that it just stays engaged and delays coming off. If it stays energized, it could be your contactor sticking or even your button. You may need to take them apart and clean them. If it is hanging up, take it off, clean it and make sure the gear and stem move freely, if needed, as a little grease.
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