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COMPLELETY BROKEN got a 06 CRE F500XI that wont start. The engine shut down while i was riding. I first thought it over heated so i put new coolant in it

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Noticed the oil needed to be changed. It started back up and ran fine for a day then broke down again had to call a tow truck to get home. I changed the oil today with the recommended oil and now its completely dead. New oil new battery new spark plugs, new coolant and a full tank of gas and its worse than when i got it 2 months ago. Don't know what to do anymore. Help me out friends. Thanks. ,Completely dead? Do the lights come on with the key? If not, Then you either have a blown fuse or bad battery connection. A loose connection will cause problems like you describe. New battery or not, I would remove the cables, reinstall to make sure. Is the battery charged? Maybe you have a bad charging system or fuse. A 2006 shouldn't have needed a new battery unless you (or someone lese) left the lights on and totally drained it. My last battery lasted 7 years. Check the electrolyte level in the battery if it isn't a sealed one. Add distilled water if it is low.,,,

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