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Where does this wire go?
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05-13-2014 07:46 PM
M_Angell Sounds like you are the perfect candidate for the junction box rebuild with replaceable relays. Do a quick search and pm slim for some helpful details.
05-13-2014 06:56 PM
750 Vulcaner Well, I got my cycle back from repair shop. The mechanic found that the internal relay in junction box was not working. So, he simply spliced some wires together to bypass the relay and the cycle starts fine now and I am happily riding again. Thanks to all for your input and help.
04-20-2014 08:26 AM
Goofyfoot2001
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Originally Posted by 750 Vulcaner View Post
The Russians came, didn't like what they saw, and went back home.

I found the kickstand plunger and it was moving in and out freely. Also, the clutch switch works but not of concern since cycle is in neutral when trying to start. At this point, I believe the problem has to be in the starter switch and that is far beyond my abilities. It is sooooooo much easier teaching college students.

Next stop, a dealer who has the materials and knowledge to deal with this cycle.
Thanks to all of you for your input and assistance.
The puck under the key is very easy to clean. It was my first scary jump into the wod of vulcan maintainance. Just be patient. All it tames is some sandpaper and dialectric grease. Whatever you call it. I broke one of the retaining plastic things off the mother ouck and just used model cemenf and a zip tie. I think it took two times to get it perfect but it never gave me trouble after that.
04-19-2014 10:03 PM
OleDirtyDoc
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Originally Posted by 750 Vulcaner View Post
The Russians came, didn't like what they saw, and went back home.

I found the kickstand plunger and it was moving in and out freely. Also, the clutch switch works but not of concern since cycle is in neutral when trying to start. At this point, I believe the problem has to be in the starter switch and that is far beyond my abilities. It is sooooooo much easier teaching college students.

Next stop, a dealer who has the materials and knowledge to deal with this cycle.
Thanks to all of you for your input and assistance.
Don't worry they'll be back to "help" .NATO for an "unforeseen" natural disaster in the future.

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04-19-2014 09:40 PM
750 Vulcaner The Russians came, didn't like what they saw, and went back home.

I found the kickstand plunger and it was moving in and out freely. Also, the clutch switch works but not of concern since cycle is in neutral when trying to start. At this point, I believe the problem has to be in the starter switch and that is far beyond my abilities. It is sooooooo much easier teaching college students.

Next stop, a dealer who has the materials and knowledge to deal with this cycle.
Thanks to all of you for your input and assistance.
04-19-2014 08:42 PM
Goofyfoot2001 Random comment.
04-19-2014 08:41 PM
Goofyfoot2001 Open your eyes man. The Russians are on the move!
04-19-2014 03:04 PM
OleDirtyDoc Right in front of the kickstand.has wires coming outta it.has a plungerswitch that opens and closes with the kickstand movement
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04-19-2014 02:35 PM
750 Vulcaner Does anyone have a picture of this kickstand plunger? I cant find it on my cycle. LOL, it probably was staring at my face but didnt yell out, "Here I am."
04-18-2014 11:12 PM
Okiebezer What Slim and Goofy just said...
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