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kawasaki klf400 bayou 400 solenoid 1994

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can someone tell where  solenoid  located in kawasaki 1994. i been looking all over can find it.

thanks

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Should be located under the seat.  There are two.  Right near the battery, one you can follow is the  red wire (positive) big wire should lead right to the starter solenoid, the second  relay will be right next to it and should have a plug with four smaller wires going onto it. 

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so it is not look like regular starter solenoid. I hear is click. do you picture or part #. trying to order one.  

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If it’s clicking it’s most likely working. Do some testing first.   Take a tester and put it on the relay lug that goes to the starter. Hit the start button and see if you get 12 volts. If so then it may be a a starter issue.  Like brushes or the starter itself. I will look up the part number and see if I can post it.   

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Frank,

thanks, I think is starter since i measure 12V at starter. i order starter. I let know the finding. thanks again. Abe  

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I have the same problem. Sometimes it starts normally and others the relay clicks but the starter does not spin.

 

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Could be a tired relay or bad brushes on the starter.   

I would start by loosening the connections up on the starter relay clean them and re tighten them good. 

Do the same thing on the starter wire on the starter. Then check the ground cable at the battery and where the black wire bolts to the frame. 

If this does not clear up the problem then go with a new relay and a set of brushes. Might as well buy both, they are cheap enough.   

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