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When i hit the start button there is a clicking sound that comes from the solenoid just clicks yet the bike has power I changed the solenoid but the clicking sound is there so changing it did not fix

Please assist me i will appreciate it i have a 125 cc motomia scooter. please reply here for more information whatsapp-0622926106 Phone number-0817369829

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When the solenoid is activated, check there is power to the starter motor, if there is, the motor is at fault.

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SOURCE: my scooter is a 125 cc 02 will not start it gives

Check your battery connection. It sounds like you have dirty terminals and it just needs a clean. There does not seem to be a manual available for the RX but plenty for the RS, check http://www.carlsalter.com/motorcycle-manuals.asp , and there might be some more information in one of the manuals.

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SOURCE: when hit the start button the starter wines then a click,click from the solenoid.

before you replace the starter, check to see if you can jump start (or turn it over) by connecting the + term on the battery to the + on the relay. next check the connectors in the starter switch to make sure they are making good connection. if not THEN it's the starter.

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