Question about 1998 Yamaha FZS 600 Fazer
You could have a problem with the started motor. Take out battery and remove spark plug, re-place battery in and try starting a few times without any throttle. Place spark plug in. full throttle and start. If tis does not work you may have a oily end of the spark plug in which case you should CAREFULLY remove it again and dry it off with a towel. try heating up the end of it gently with a lighter carful not to get it too hot or to burn the actual spark plug. you only want to burn off the oil. Reput it in and try starting it again.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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