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03 999 wont crank

Battery is fully charged,wont crank,no neutral light

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If the neutral light is not on, try pulling in the clutch and cranking the bike. Also check the kill switch on the bike, that will also keep it from cranking although that should not affect the neutral indicator. If the neutral indicator isn't working you may have to get into the transmission to repair it.

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