2017 450r e start issue
  • Bhinkle
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    2017 450r e start issue

    by Bhinkle » Thu Sep 05, 2019 8:41 am

    I have a 2017 with estart add on no kick start. I’ve replaced the button with one from a 17rx and had power through it. It will bump start. I hit the button and not even a click or anything dead. Battery had power all the way to the connector behind the number plate. So I assume it’s not a fuse thought it was the button. Can someone help me?
  • Aussiecrf230
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    Re: 2017 450r e start issue

    by Aussiecrf230 » Thu Sep 05, 2019 2:41 pm

    Welcome to the site Bhinkle,
    Does it have power at the solenoid to operate the starter?
    What do you have to test the circuit. A digital volt meter may show good voltage but there may be insufficient current to activate a solenoid. Hence no click at the starter. This could be caused by a bad connection or flat battery.
    Have you tried supplying power straight to the starter to confirm it operates. Then do the same with the solenoid. This will help narrow down the problem.
    Ray
    Australia

    CRF230F 2004
    C30F Power Up needle
    Mains 132
    Idle 45
    2 turns out
    Baffle out, Screens In

    It starts,it runs,it gets to where all CRFs can get to without the valve or valve plate dramas
  • Bhinkle
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    Re: 2017 450r e start issue

    by Bhinkle » Thu Sep 05, 2019 8:36 pm

    Welcome to the site Bhinkle,
    Does it have power at the solenoid to operate the starter?
    What do you have to test the circuit. A digital volt meter may show good voltage but there may be insufficient current to activate a solenoid. Hence no click at the starter. This could be caused by a bad connection or flat battery.
    Have you tried supplying power straight to the starter to confirm it operates. Then do the same with the solenoid. This will help narrow down the problem.
    I have an 05 450 x and I’ll try putting that in. I used a digital volt meter and had 13 volts from the battery and the connector behind the plate at 12. I thought it was the estart button because it rubbed through the wire. But what are the chances of it being the sensor wire?

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