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1998 Yamaha Grizzly 600 Starter Engaging w/Key


Rock

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I have a 98 Grizzly 600 that every time you turn the key on the starter engages. I've replaced the starter and solenoid. I've swapped out the ignition switch and unhooked the starter button and it still does it. I need to know if anyone else has had this problem and could offer any advice. My last thought is to completely chase the wiring harness. I looked for a starter relay, but could not locate one. Any suggestions on how to fix this problem?

Thanks

Rock

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Sounds like the starter is being used as a ground path... I don't rem if those have a starter relay or not- it will show up in an online parts catalog- if it does they are usually right next to the battery. Good, clean battery connections? Yamahas very rarely have harness problems, but chasing some wires with a continuity meter would not hurt...

Service manuals on ebay if you dont have one already.

let us know how it goes

good call Bio

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Thanks for the info brother. I finally chased the wire and the wire from the starter button was grounded to the frame under the tank. I just cut out the old wire and replaced it with a new one. Works great! Thanks for all of your help and everyone else that helped also.

Rock

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