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The dahs and the bike turns on and off, whe the bike is on the oil ligth is on and when i open the throtlle turns off and on i check a fuse and is making bad contact i change it and fix the problem of the fuse but the bike just dont work i need to fix this the bike is sold help me. thanks

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Hav alternator n battery inspected for health-also look over wiring carefully for cuts n corrosion--tuneup

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1.2 Throtlle Position Sensor (TPS) short-circuit to ground
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