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Bike was dropped, changed the oil and battery is too dead to jump start it, hooked up to another battery, fuel pump turns on, lights come on, no caution or warning lights, the start button doesnt work, kick stand is up, clutch is in, what could be wrong

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Hi
If your batt is no good replace it do not connect another in parallel
Batt shd have at least 12.6 volts with no load
If solenoid still does not click then it is the starter circuit that is suspect

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