Question about 2003 Honda CBR 954 RR Fireblade
The bike must be in neutral when the kickstand is down or it will shut down. Its a safety feature.
Put the bike in neutral and it should fire right up.
If you can't get it out of gear, sit on the bike, put the kickstand up, pull the clutch in turn the key on and hit the start button, and it should fire right up.Make sure on/off button is on too.
If you tried that and it still clicks, check battery voltage, a low battery makes the solenoid click.
Make sure you have a clean battery terminals and tight terminals.
Check battery voltage. Most auto parts places will load test them for free.
If battery is good and it is in neutral and it still clicks, then the starter solenoid is bad.
replace the solenoid. And your bike should fire right up
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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