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Hi. I'm not sure what you have for tools. A multimeter and a test light are a good start. Start by checking the spark plug. If you can't test it, get a new one. Use a test light and probe the (+) terminal on the coil (Is There Power with the key on?). If not, check the fuse and related wiring and stator. (The seat and fuel tank may both need to be removed). Now probe the (-) side of the coil. With the test light clamped to battery (+) terminal. Crank the engine over and see if the test light is flashing. If not, check the pickup coil. Is it spinning while the engine is cranking? It is possible that the ignitor is defective but your diagnostics will prevent you from throwing parts at your bike. Let me know how the repairs are going. Good Luck.

ATVs | Answered on Aug 27, 2018

Did you check the starter button. Look to see if it has power then check the wire going to the solenoid and see if it is sending power.

ATVs | Answered on Aug 25, 2018

With any system you squeeze the soft water pipes coming from the Rad as you fill it.. Keep sneezing over and over unto it's full.

Yamaha 2005... | Answered on Aug 25, 2018

Sounds like you got a serious ground problem . Usually it's because your hitting the frame or the bottom of the metal seat with the battery.

ATVs | Answered on Aug 25, 2018

The front break usually over rides the starter sensors. Squeeze it and try starting . You can try rocking the machine forward and backward while trying to get it into neutral.

Honda 2004... | Answered on Aug 25, 2018

Look on the steering crown on the frame.

ATVs | Answered on Aug 22, 2018

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