the battery is good but when i turn the key on my 1996 trx 300 there is nothing... no lights when i try to start it no click doesnt turn over nothing...
Until you get power to the neutral light, you won't get power to the solenoid, not to activate the solenoid anyway.ok i tryed it and i checked and i have power at the starter but not at the solenoid and i dont know where to check at the ignition... someone help...
Are you sure you have good compression and is your spark a good strong, bright blue spark? If you have a good spark and good compression, when you put gas into the sparkplug hole, it should start for a second or two.so i just went with kickstarting it and i have spark... when i kick it the nutural light comes on then truns off... it doesnt start. i put gas into the spark plug hole and still nothing...
If you're getting spark, you are getting power to the ignition system or do you mean how to check for power at the keyswitch? If you're talking about the keyswitch, just unplug the wires at the keyswitch and use a 12V test light and check for power on the red wire at the harness side. If you have power there, plug the red wire back to the keyswitch and turn the keyswitch on and check for power on the black wire coming back out of the keyswitch. From there, the black wire runs straight to the neutral light.but where do i check for power on the ignition???
You just have to look at them. Make sure the cylinder walls are smooth and free of scratches. Make sure the rings aren't broken or the piston busted. Look at the valves and make sure they aren't bent and make sure they're sealing good. Just look for any type of damage. Also, check cam timing.how do i know if the valves, rings, or walls are bad?
He said his neutral light comes on or flickers when he tries to kick start it, so that means he's getting power from the stator through the regulator/rectifier and through the keyswitch to the neutral light. Because the neutral light is lighting up, I don't think it is a ground problem. The power from the regulator/rectifier ties into the red power wire before the keyswitch. I would say the problem is at the battery, fuse, or solenoid where the red power wire begins. That's almost always were the problem is on that type of 4-wheeler.Based on what you've said, you have a bad ground connection from the battery to the frame.
Try taking a set of jumper cables and hook one end to a good battery, preferably a known good battery. I would use one in an automobile that I knew was good. On the other end, hook the ground to the starter casing or the engine and touch the positive clamp to the post on the starter. If the starter doesn't turn, it's bad. If it turns, you have a problem from the positive battery cable to the solenoid or from the solenoid to the starter or the ground from the battery to the engine is bad, either connections or battery cable. Could also be a bad battery, make sure your battery is good.the fuzes are good and trying to bypass the solenoid with a screwdriver... it doesn't work nothing