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1998 suzuki gsxr 600 is not getting any spark

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The orange w/white trace wire to coils is the power wire. It gets voltage from the r/h handle switch. open the switch and verify that voltage is going into the engine kill portion of switch and is passing to the orange /white wire when key and stopswitch is on. BTY I am assuming that you have checked the fuses.

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You will have to remove the seat to access the bolts holding the tank in place. the four plugs are under the tank. you may also have to remove some of the bodywork. make sure to note the HT(high tension) leads that are attached to the plugs they are numbered, dont mix them up. Here's a link to both the service manual and workshop manual. Everything you will ever need to know about your bike is here, If it proves useful then please rate me. Thanks and good luck.

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has it had old petrol in it over the winter cos if it has it has proberly gone off you need to drain the tank and carbs you may also have to rebalance the carbs after cleaning them

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SOURCE: suzuki gsxr 600 06 starting problems

200° is quite warm...
If the engine wont turn over, probabily you have a bad battery, a bad starter or a bad starter relay, or bad connections.

A hot engine has more compression. If the full battery power doesn't reach the starter it won't turn over...

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Do you have the repair manual ?? you can get it here for free, rate me if this helped you. Thanks.

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