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Old 05-17-2017, 10:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 03 warrior won't crank over won't start

My bike when I press the start button won't start all I hear is a click any idea what I should be looking at
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Battery charge is your number one suspect
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It's a New battery fully charged
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Have the new battery tested. Many auto part stores or a batteries plus store. Verify the battery meets spec for this bike. Vast odds are there is not enough power to start. The clicking tells us that. Also be sure both ends of both battery cables are secure. Let us know either way.
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can anyone tell me what battery I should have in my 03 Yamaha warrior I went and got one at a battery place and took it home but it was a little bit big I had to force it in my bike in the battery box so I took it back and told them it didn't fit but they gave me a skinnier one that I feel is loose idk I just want the correct battery but I was still having this problem with the other battery to so I don't think its my battery problem when I try to start the bike sometimes I have to move the bike back and forth and then sometimes after trying to start it it will start to crank and it starts right up but only if I can get it to crank over.
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I had my battery tested and it's good I get the 13 volts I also replace the battery cables in case it s a broken wire but still only a click when I try to start it and it only cranks when it feels like it but when it cranks it doesn't sound like it has any problem starting.
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was it load tested of just volt tested
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Old 05-19-2017, 01:44 PM   #8 (permalink)
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I put my new battery on a trickle charger and if the battery is good the light will turn green when it is fully charged if it is a bad battery it will turn on a yellow light telling me its a bad battery and will not hold a complete charge after I got a green light I checked the voltage and it was 13V then I out on the bike and try to start it and tested it when I was able to make it crank and it would go down to 10+ but not lower than that.
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Is it possible you have it in gear or it thinks it in gear? Or maybe a faulty kickstand switch?
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10 volts is not generally enough.

Look in my Profile for my BIKE tab and scroll down to batteries for the OEM part number plus others I have used.
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