Question about 2002 Suzuki GSX-R 600 M
Is the bike turning over? If not have your battery load tested. If so double check your plug wires and make sure they are tight at both ends. If the bike cranks and the wires are tight you then need to check and see if the plugs are getting spark. If plugs are getting spark then make sure its getting fuel. I hope this gets you started.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
Your bbike is llike mmost sport bikes when it comes to changing the plugs and you have to remove the the head light assembly then there is a good chance that you tripped your BAS or bank angle sensor. Research your BAS and see if it shines any light onyyour problem.
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