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My wife's 1985 suzuki lt230GE quadrunner was running good. We went for a 2 hour trail ride and all was good till right as we were pulling up to the trailer she rolled it. After I got it back on it wheels and her from underneath I couldnt get it to start. I can shift it into neutral and reverse but the indicators dont light up and I get nothing at the e start button. I can start it with the pull cord. I tested the neutral safety switch and tested good as well as the reverse switch. I also tested the neutral relay and it works. Tested the indicator lights by running 12v from a spare battery to the connections for the indicators. They both light up respectively.
I feel like its gotta be a break in the harness somewhere as ive eliminated everything else I can think of unless someone else has something to try before I rip out the whole harness and unwrap it. Below is wire diagram.
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Not a single person has any insight to what to try??
I have tried a different reverse sensor and a different neutral sensor but still same result. Have also tried 2 other neutral relays and still same.
Peeled back the entire harness and can't find a break or chaffing anywhere. Tested all wires i know of on the starting circuit and they all have continuity. Kill switch also tests good.
I know this thing runs fine cause I can jump the starter sileniod and she cranks right up just fine and runs good. Its just something thats not allowing me to use the start button.
 

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He did. Lol. Its in the "other" section

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This is strictly a Raptor 660 and 700 forum. Maybe try posting on an open ATV forum?
I posted this under "other toys" so I think it fits the classification.
I have posted on suzuki forums about it.
I just know there is several smart people on here so I thought I'd try.
 

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since it was rolled, I would take a close look at the button itself. That’s what had the impact, open that up and make sure it’s not grounding out. Or has that already been looked at?
 

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since it was rolled, I would take a close look at the button itself. That’s what had the impact, open that up and make sure it’s not grounding out. Or has that already been looked at?
Ya i fully took the switch apart and cleaned all contacts. On/off works properly as well as high/low
 

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Wonder if any of the push pins became dislodged in the jarring event.

Wife OK by the way?
 

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Wonder if any of the push pins became dislodged in the jarring event.

Wife OK by the
And morphrider wins the pot! One of the push connections was fully plugged in but not making a good connection.
Wish I wouldn't have had to pull all the wiring and try other parts to figure it out but thus is life. Odd it showed continuity when I checked the line but maybe was making a intermittent connection when I was bending wires to test.
Changed the connecting plug end and now seems good.
Thanks morph and all who replied.
 

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That’s fantastic! Glad to hear you found the issue!
 
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