I just purchased a new 2008 MV F4 R and brought it home and it wouldn't start. I connected the battery slow charger for about an hour and the bike finally started. I rode it less than a mile and parked it. The next morning the same thing. It just will not start. I connected the slow charger again and waited about an hour but I just can't get the bike to start. I've checked the fuses and all look ok. All the bike does is click but doesn't turn over.
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sir , theres a chance that u have a blown fuse . Also check your ignition kit . Ther must be a faulty connection in your ignition kit , ie under the key port . Do check it and your are ready to go for sure . Thank you
It sounds like the battery you are using doesn't supply enough power to start the bike. Using jumper cables starts the bike because of the additional power you are supplying it. Make sure you are using the correct battery. Check to see if there is a more powerful battery available for purchase.
You have many options.
-bring it to a dealership and have them charge / test it.
-buy a charger yourself and charge it.
-buy a trickle charger and charge it yourself.
-buy a brand new battery and not worry about it for a couple years
Can anyone advise where I can obtain a download or purchase a CD for F4 750S (2000 model) stripdown re-assembly and maintenance?
The previous owner gave me a CD which contains:-
1. Owners manual.
2. Engine only stripdown and re-build (complete with poor photographs!)
3. Spare parts diagrams and part numbers.
The above certainly seems to be taken from official MV sources and appears not to be a scanned in copy of MV documentation i.e. it seems to have been produced as a .pdf for printing off.
I am really looking for detail like complete bike stripdown and re-assembly as well as basic maintenance such as chain tensioning brake pad and coolant replacement etc.do a search on the site for MV Agusta F4 750S Manual,,,