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1995 honda 300 fourtrax starting issues


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I would blame worn starter brushes not making proper contact. When you have the starter engaged and give it a turn  with the kick start it is enough movement to  make  the brushes make better contact and spin  the starter.  I  had similar trouble with my '91 Foutrtrax 300FW.  New brushes fixed it .

 

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