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I have a brand the new battery and it keeps dying.

I can ride my motorcycle somewhere and as soon as i turn it off it will not crank back up unless i get a jump.

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Put a volt meter on the battery while the bike is running. volts should
increase as you rev the engine up. maybe 13 - 15 volts. if it stays the
same and doesn't change, it a charging system problem. also check the
battery connections are good, especially the ground.

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