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ZZR 250 fault. wont start.

My ZZR 20 was running nicely and just stopped. It is getting fuel, the spark is a bit erratic and when turning over the headlight sometimes goes on or off.

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Please check for a grounded wire, which cause your erratic sparkplug performance and headlight operation

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