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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Based off of the limited information, the solutions are going to be generalized.
Visually check your battery for any acid build up. If you spot any, obviously some acid remove would be called for. Acid can sap a battery's output to a starter.
Visually inspect fuel components. Fuel injectors on bikes tend to get clogged when they sit for a while. Especially on older models. Refer to a repair guide for your specific model for guidance on the procedure to inspect fuel injectors.
Those two common starting problems for bikes. Without more information it is hard to offer a specific solution.
Posted on May 29, 2012
You have shorted something out. Possibly fried the ECM. Check all fuses,and wiring. If they are all good,then the ECM is probably fried...and time for another.
Posted on Sep 25, 2012
I had the same problem. Put the bike in gear and rock it forward and back to where you feel it catch. Try starting it again. I found amy starte had a couple worn spots. I was able to use this metod for months. I finally changed my starter a year later.
Posted on Feb 07, 2013
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