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    Hello new to site, and need help. I was ridding my bike and when i stopped at the traffic lights, as i went to proceed the bike just stopped. All the lights were on and stuff but it would not crank at all. On further inspection no fuses were blown. I tried to start it but it made a clicking noise from solenoid regulator and then all lights went out. Only done 5000km so could it be battery, solenoid or loose earthing? If its loose earthing where can i find it? Cheers.

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    My guess would be the battery went bad. Check the voltage and if it is low, try charging the battery. If it takes a charge, test the bike's charging system.

    Don't know how old your bike and battery are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luvs2Play View Post
    My guess would be the battery went bad. Check the voltage and if it is low, try charging the battery. If it takes a charge, test the bike's charging system.

    Don't know how old your bike and battery are.

    2010, ive owened it for 3 months and brought it with 1500km on clock

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEVSHRLYS4DEAD View Post
    Hello new to site, and need help. I was ridding my bike and when i stopped at the traffic lights, as i went to proceed the bike just stopped. All the lights were on and stuff but it would not crank at all. On further inspection no fuses were blown. I tried to start it but it made a clicking noise from solenoid regulator and then all lights went out. Only done 5000km so could it be battery, solenoid or loose earthing? If its loose earthing where can i find it? Cheers.
    Same thing happened to me I had a loose ground & my battery was low. I charged it back up & no problem since. Good Luck

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    Yep, bad battery, loose batt connection, or bad ground.

    motorcycle batteries dont have a very long life, and yours has been through 4 winters.

    Grey 08 gone to heaven/ 2010 Connie- my new ride!

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    Cheers for the insight, any idea where the original grounding would be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LEVSHRLYS4DEAD View Post
    Cheers for the insight, any idea where the original grounding would be?
    Bottom Of Battery Box Between The 2nd Set Of Motor Mounts

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    What is the battery voltage while not running?

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