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The SEi I bought had a rectifier meltdown and battery boilover. The starter relay was damaged in the process. The bike starts, but I'd like to know if it's recommended that I replace the relay just in the interest of safety and reliability. Actually, I guess that question kind of answers itself. The relay has been resealed with silicone by the previous owner as a band-aid.

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Yes I would change it out with new a few bucks will bring you peace of mind and a safe ride for sure.
 

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Why not just buy a new one and then you'll have a spare?

I always carry a spare of all the relays, because they go bad so often.
 

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sei starter solenoid

since the solenoid has had a partial meltdown ,it would be just as easy to upgrade to an ato fuseholder and make remove the solenoid connector in the process which is a problem area in itself
 
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