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Maybe a fuel problem.

My 04 yamaha TT-R 225 was running fine and now it will not start. I replaced the the plug but the bike seems likes it's not getting fuel but has plenty on spark.

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    No spark to the plug, new plug.

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First check if you have a spark to the plug

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Check the float in carb and check the petcock

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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