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PostSubject: Newb    Tue Jan 26, 2016 8:35 pm

Hey everyone! This past summer I got a left-over new 14 wr250r. I just started modding the bike and already managed to mess things up as the bike won't start after putting on new bars and zeta hand-guards with integrated turn signals. Dash lights up but when I hit the starter it does nothing. I'm assuming maybe it's because I cut the turn signal wiring when putting on the zeta hand guard turn signals?

Btw, I put the kick stand up and made sure the kill switch is on and also held in the clutch but it won't even do anything.
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PostSubject: starter switch   Wed Jan 27, 2016 1:03 am

When you changed your bars did you stretch out the wiring for the starter switch by any chance. I had a crash once and screwed up my entire front end.
after I fixed it all I went to start it and the same thing as you, it wouldnt start. Again the dash would light up, but the bike wouldnt start. I had to take apart the starter switch module and clean and reconnect the wires and connections... Try that. Otherwise I'm at a loss...
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PostSubject: Re: Newb    Wed Jan 27, 2016 6:10 am

I figured it out from an old thread on here. It's the starter switch module plug that came loose, from what I hear it's a known issue from the factory where the plug is not fully 'clicked in' at the factory and when you turn your bars it slowly over time it pulls out the plug. I checked the plug and sure enough it came loose and is completely disconnected. The bad part is you have to remove the radiator to get to the plug. I'm trying to figure how to move the radiator and get to the plug without removing the hoses. Any tips?

Thanks for your feedback.

Here is a pic someone posted on here of the location:
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