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skurj

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Last ride with my son his Outlaw 525 S just wouldn't start after a ride.  The ignition just buzzes, doesn't even try to turn over.  What is the most likely cause? He has since moved away so I need to get this fixed and running so I can sell it it for him.
kiwi-craig

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Starter solenoid.... And or dead battery
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Logan Bryant

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Same thing happened to me a couple months ago. I just had to clean of the battery terminals with a wire brush and I started right up.
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So I swapped batteries with my working Outlaw and still no dice.  Where is the starter solenoid?  easy to replace?

ahhhh....sorry.  Nevermind.  Found it in the service manual.
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