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The bike starts one day and not the next it is a suzuki vl800

The other day the bike would not start I ran the battery down trying to start it. I charged it overe night and it started the next day. Then the day after that it started but when I shut it off it wouldn't start again. I put a new battery in it and it still wouldn't start I checked for spark and did not have one but today I tried to start it and it fired but stalled back out. When the problem first started it seemed it wouldn't start unless i let out on the clutch a little bit which makes no sense to me do you have any idea what my problem might be

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There is a switch down on the kick stand, if the kick stand is in the right position it is not going to let the bike start, letting out on the clutch a little may override that switch, ck this first see if it is loose or out
of its socket, then ck the wires to the switch.

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