When the starter motor does not rotate, inspect as follows.
Check the position of the engine stop switch. Push the engine stop switch in the
position if it is in the position.
Make sure that the gear position is in the neutral position. If not, shift the trans-
mission into neutral.
Inspect the fuse condition. If any fuse has blown, replace it with a new one of the
Substituting fuses can cause wiring to overheat, catch fire and/or fail. Use
only standard fuses of the correct capacity and specifications.
Check the battery cable connections etc. (see page 143). If necessary, tighten
the connecting bolts to securely connect them.
In case of slow blinking of the turn signal lights, low volume of the horn sound,
or when you press the starter button and hear a click but the starter motor does
not rotate, battery charging status is not good. Refresh the battery’s charge (see
page 142) and check if the starter motor rotates.
Even after a refresh charge, if the starter motor stops rotating the engine properly,
the battery may have deteriorated. Have the battery inspected by an authorized