Starter not turning over with good battery
Sorry for the barrage of posts, I just have no experience with Ducati's prior to this bike. It's a finicky little thing. I replaced all the fuel lines, re did some of the wiring and got the Tach to work(not speedometer though yet) and I started up the bike to make sure everything was still working. It started up pretty good and then it died, and when I tried to start it again, nothing. As in didn't even turn over the starter. The headlight would go dim but no sound whatsoever, not even a clicking...
Is there a fuse I might have blown that I need to replace? I'm going to try it again later and see what happens, I kindof suspect overcharge but not 100% sure. My voltage meter broke last fall and I haven't bought another one yet so I don't have any readings to share with you.
Any ideas? I took some heavy gauge wire and went from the battery terminal to the starter and the starter cranked over. But nothing when I tested each side of the solenoid. Suppose the solenoid is fried? Or something else to blame?