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My 04 kawasaki zx 636 wont start! help.....

I have chk and clean fuel pump, and i make shore its working i have remove the fuel line while the tank was connected and when i turn on the key.. the gas will came out...., i have clean my gas tank, have changed my spark plugs, ......and nothing.....the bike just died..while i was riding it...i have take it to the dealership, base on the computer diagnostic it was my CEU i bought it put it on ...and nothing.....i have been expending money...and i dont get no results...can some one help me....

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Check the alternator brushes. My high reving YX600 used to go through a set every 5000 miles, and my bike would also just shut down.

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