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2015 ODES 800 non start


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Removed from winter storage and starter not working. Replaced battery and starter relay. No good . Relay clicks when key is turned but no action at starter. Removed starter and it worked fine on bench. Is there a in-line switch or contact that could be bad?

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I just purchased a 2013 800 Dominator and the ignition switch is finnicky...meaning sometimes the only way it will start is to only turn the key about 2/3 of a turn vs all the way to the stop. Its a different issue than yours as my starter will actually spin but it wont actually fire/start until I back it off slightly.

I have never owned one of these before so I am learning as I go.

 

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