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The bike starts fine but stalls as soon as its put in gear even without releasing the clutch

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    i have drained all the air out of the clutch and when i put it into first gear it stalls out as soon as it goes into gear

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I had the same problem and i fixed it today take the fuel tank off and under neath there is a ignition sensor it looks like a cigarette lighter mine was lose and i plugged it in properly and it now works fine try it im sure it wil work :)

Posted on Jul 27, 2009

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It may have a kick stand safety switch
raise the stand and and try that

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