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Bike Will not start

Yamaha R6 2007 will not start. It use to start then after you turned it off and tried to start it again it would not. Now I try and start it but it just clicks and then it seems like it will not do anything. It seems like it is going to try and start but it doesnt do anything, wont even click any more.

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  • pellegrino60 Feb 07, 2009

    My bike does the same thing, but the engine still tries to turn over...it just doesnt seem to catch. Still think its the battery?

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Hi millerfam
Sounds a lot like the battery is dead, and or the alternator is not charging. Check all the connections to the battery first for tightness and that there is no corrosion present.  Do you have any way of checking the battery with a volt meter. If in decent condition it should read at least 12.5 volts, no less than 12 volts with the lights on. . If in doubt, and it has been sitting in a flat condition for any more than a couple of days, then it will have developed sulphate problems(killer),and will need to be replaced anyways. 
regards robotek

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