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Check the battery voltage with a multi meter. Should be >12.5 volts. I had the same symptoms on my v7 850. Could be the start button. Take apart the right handle bar menu/start button switch. Use some very fine sandpaper and clean the start button contacts. Apply a thin film of dielectric grease to the contacts and re-assemble. Sometimes if the bike gets wet the contacts this can happen. My v7 850 is hesitant to turnover after riding home in the rain from the Ohio rally.
A little after the fact. I treat every electrical contact, switch, relay, and everything electric twice a year with ACF-50 from new. Helps and prevents these sort of annoyances.
I would not use dialectic grease for that.What The Heck Is Dielectric Grease? - The Drivehttps://www.thedrive.com › The Garagedielectric grease from www.thedrive.comAug 6, 2021 — Dielectric, sometimes referred to as tune-up grease, is a viscous non-conductive waterproof substance used to protect electrical connections ...It’s for outside the contact area.
This happened to my V7 after purchasing last October and riding hundreds of miles in the rain. I took apart the switch, cleaned the contacts and applied dielectric grease. It’s been almost a year and it has never malfunctioned again.
Please dont use di-electric grease, plain old Vaseline from the baby isle at your local supermarket is the bees knees.for moving contacts.
I always hate being seen buying that stuff.“I’m getting it for a friend” doesn’t go far towards getting you off the hook either…
Dang. If it's still apart, would you mind posting a picture or two? Sarah
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