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Spark plugs my bike wont start the battery is new and i put in a new stator and it wont turn on the lights wont even go on what do i do ? is it the spark plugs ? how do i check them? its honda cbr 600 f2 will some one please contact me 1254-415-7877 juan

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If the lights won't even come on, the spark plugs are not the cause of that problem.

Make sure the battery cables at the opposite ends from the battery are connected tight and corrosion free.
Check that all the fuses are good.
For some reason the power isn't getting from the battery (if it is in fact charged up) to the electrical circuit (blown fuse, loose/disconnected wire, etc).

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SOURCE: 1994 honda cbr 600 motorcycle wont start just

check pulse generator circuit for any opens or shorts..even if you still show a weak purplish/red spark its bad..it must be a big bluish/white spark..check plug #1 for spark and then check #3 foe spark if there both week then its your pulse generators that are bad ..but if one of them has a blushish spark then it that systems coil..eg #1and#4 or the #2and #3 coils..

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SOURCE: 93 Honda CBR 600 F2 Won't start just backfires

carb needs cleanin or rebuild--getta clymermanual for procedure

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