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Check for wire chafing on the frame that might allow the wire to short out. Also, look for signs of rodent issues like dropping, chewed material, seat stuffing etc. (rats and mice chew wiring). 6 months is plenty of time for them to cause some annoying issues. Good luck
Either the CDI unit is not ok............check for the other cdi...........at the workshop and look for the solution or check the fuel setting at the carburetor or clean the fuel filter device under the seat.
first you need to get a fly wheel puller. then remove the nut in the middle of fly wheel,insert fly wheel puller,reverce thread,tighten pin and it will pop off fly wheel.when you put it back on remember to line up "woodruff key",its a little notch on fly wheel whitch lines up with a ridge on cam shaft. if you cant fix your problem and you have spark its probobly your coil and condencer.
first you should not have to replace the seat to replace the battery. You take the mounting bolt off the right hand side of the battery cage and slide it out. Disconnect the battery terminals and slide it out. To take the seat off the mounting bolts are located on the rear of the seat by the brake light.