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Old 10-30-2011, 08:56 PM
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My starter relay went out and I am in the market for a replacement. Funds are kinda short at the moment I was wondering if anyone has used one of those "replacement" starter relays off of ebay.

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I also found another one it could be the same part.

Starter Relay - Yamaha, 31-5965, $29.95
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Old 10-31-2011, 04:43 PM
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If I remember right those are only like $25 from the dealer. Or they were when I got one a couple months ago anyway.


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Has anyone ever tried using a solenoid from another application ... Yamaha hasn't had the best starter solenoids (even on the marine side, though not as bad as a honda), although not bad enough to be considered problematic by any means, they are a common fail point.

Just curious really.
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I don't think it'd be worth it. I spend most of my riding time in mud/water and I only have to change the solenoid once a year or so. It's about the same for Honda and the older Kawasakis, can't speak for the newer kawis but I'm sure they're all the same if they get wet a lot.


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They are 55-65$ depending in the dealer. I spend most of my time in mud and water and this is the first one I have had to replace in 4 years. These these things are all over eBay I was just curious about them.
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Maybe my dealer sold me an aftermarket one or something because I'm sure I didn't pay that much for it. Or maybe im losing it and I did, who knows Try the eBay one, I would.


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I ended up finding one on eBay and the kid lived 20 mins away. I bought his used one off of a big bear for 20$. Maybe next time I will try the eBay one.
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