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Hi, just bought zzr 250 and was running fine, needs new battery but jump started it and after a few mins of running water started leaking out. Stopped the bike and could hear a whinning nice or like a

Bike is a 1990 zzr. Have a feeling it was raced because had to change the gears from GP style to street.

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Need to make a compression test on each cylinder in case you need a new cylinder head gasket, test the thermostat and check that the radiator fan works ok.Also after installing a new battery (which you should cause the old one will damage you regulator eventually) check that the charging system works ok.

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dirty or loose grounds or a dirty or malfunctioning relay check your harness connectors as well get some electrical grade spray and pop open all connectors and give em a good dose undo all grounds and clean and re tighten them cheapest and easiest is sometimes the best Bought a bike dirt cheap cuz two mechanics couldn't figure out that the coil pack under the tank was crusty and from oxidation

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SOURCE: ZZR 250 fault. wont start.

Please check for a grounded wire, which cause your erratic sparkplug performance and headlight operation

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