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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-05-2019, 03:06 AM Thread Starter
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My raptor 660 won’t start

I need some help I have a raptor 660 that won’t start I have replaced the starter, starter solenoid, neutral relay, an tha battery I’m having this buzzing sound come frome the starter solenoid but my starter still spins not sure what to do next also my neutral light does not come on but my reverse light will when put in reverse really need help here what els can I do
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-07-2019, 10:46 PM
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A buzzing starter solenoid is usually caused by low battery voltage, voltage drop in the wiring, or a bad solenoid. What's your battery voltage? Try jumping the battery from the wife's car.

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I have tried jumping it with my truck but I get the same noise as befor how could I check my wiring? Also replaced solenoid and starter
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What's your battery voltage?
What's your battery voltage.

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It’s reading at 11.9
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It’s reading at 11.9
Fully charged it should be around 13.6 volts. You should trickle/float charge it for a few days or more. Did you jump the battery from another car?

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Also check your battery cables for acid corrosion inside the copper at the battery end...

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