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My 2004 vl 800 wont start it started yesterday but to day it wont just turns over ran the battery down got a new battery still wont start ive never had any problems with it starting before.

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Check your kill switch and your kick stand switch if one of them are bad the bike will turn over and not start

Posted on Jan 24, 2013

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