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My suzuki 650 savage motorcycle has been in my garage for two years without riding. I have just cleaned it and recharged the battery and put some gas in it and it wont crank up. what do I need to do?

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Your gas most likely is gummy in your carb... take it apart .. clean it out and put it back on .. spray some starter fluid in the carb ... it should crank up

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There are possibly three reasons for this one. firstly check for fuel in the piston by unscrewing the sparkplug and with ignition turned off kicking it over. if the hole smells of fuel then you knowe this is not the problem, then you should check for oil levels to see if the pistons have been fed by checking if the crank which you kick it over with moves freeish. if this is not the problem thne you shuld take sparkplug which is out and connect it to the lead from which iot came from and using a trusting friend and a pair of well insulated pliers touch botton hook of sparkplug onto the head(got to be good contact with metal of head or trusting friend getting nasty burns) if you can see a good spark from plug where hook is. if all of the above checks out then you mite have a bigger problem than you first thought. if all else fails i find pulling/pushing it down street in third/forth gear with the clutch out gets then started, unless as earlier stated it is a much bigger problem. also you wuold be well advised to check brakes after such a long time stood.

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