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My bike have some ignition problem from many days...  when i try to start my bike there's some tik tik sound coming from a small box like thing to the left side of the battery... Some times the ignition works... but dont no when... do any one have any info on it... if yes juz gimme some suggestion... i asked this earlier... some body said to replace the battery n some body said thet its self motor problem... i have made them repaired... but it doesn't work...

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Who ever told you to change the battery and starter motor was wrong the small box at the side of the battery is the cdi unit which is faulty and needs replacing

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I had the same problem, I changed battery and carbon of self, and now its working well.

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