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My 2000 suzuki AN400 won't start

There seems to be no ignition power although the battery is new and fully charged

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  • Apollonia Samaveld Jan 15, 2012

    That one was easy.. fuse was blown.. did you check those in the end?

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Check with ignition coil......

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