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redneckyankee

1996 Yamaha Warrior Starting Problem

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ok so i had or still have a electrical problem , i have replaced all the relay's and solenoid . the only way i get the thing to start is in gear with the clutch out . if i put in neutral it does nothing ,if i put in gear and pull the clutch in it still does nothing

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Did you replace the neutral safety switch?

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usually a relay goes in only one way inside a socket. But the wires going to it could be crossed. can u twist the wires together on the neutral safety switch, bypassing the switch?

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Are you saying you push it to get it started with it in gear and the clutch out or it will start with the switch as long as it's in gear with the clutch out.

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