Don't forgett the little case reinforcement where kick shaft goes out, it protects the aluminium case.
For your e start problems, it could be as simple as a badly tightened battery cable or oxyde between cable and battery leads, or just a dead batttery.
Also check black - cable from regulator to chassi, WD40 and retight.
Check the red black cables on the device front battery, they can loosen.
I wouldlike to add a tip concerning dead batterys, cause generally what do we all do when it can't hold the charge or some dirt inside creates nasty shortcuts= we throw it away and buy a new one..logic I guess!
But there truely is a way to ressurect a dead battery,
here's how you do it:
1 Make sure you don't smoke or stand near something burning; explosion of battery gas is possible.
2 Use a breath mask and gloves if you have.
3 Unplug the cells of the battery, poor out all of the acid with all of the lead oxyde thru a coffea filter into a plastic bottle.
4 Fill up to max level every compartement with demineralised water.
5 Shake like a vodka/martini to clean up, poor out water and dirt again.
6 You can now fill with water again but firstly all of the acid you filtered, you will then put the battery on charge for 24 hours..top up when water is boiling away.
7 There you are ready for one more year of e-starting.
Last edited by Matt595; 14 Oct 2006 at 00:25.