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My ignition won't turn on my 94 katana

My key won't turn.

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Not unusual for older bikes with forklocks integrated into the ignition switch to have this problem. If you can wiggle the key or turn it around and insert it the other way and the lock can be manipulated to turn then your key is most likely worn out. A good locksmith may be able to make you a new key that will work but you will have to remove the lock and take it to him. This may be close to the price of a new switch.

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give the kill switch a look over they break down especially if you as with many people use it regularly. this will cut everything on most bikes.

Posted on Sep 08, 2011

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