My 650 wouldn't start, not even turn over. The pod lit up when the ignition was turned on but nothing happened when I pushed the start button. I took it to the shop and they wanted to replace the starter for about $400. I brought it home and tore the kill switch on the grip down. There is a little copper connector in there (looks like a staple) that connects the points on another piece of copper to start the bike. All the copper was corroded. I cleaned everything with a wire brush and put some grease on it. Put it all back together and the bike started right up. If you have a similar problem, check this area first; especially if you ride in the mud alot or the bike gets caught in the rain or snow. The water will get in there and corrode the copper. I'm thinking about taking mine back apart and putting silicone around the two pieces to seal it. If you take it apart be real careful to pay attention to how everything goes back together and don't lose any parts. Many of them are very small. Hope this helps someone.