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My bike won't start

For the first month I had the bike it had some trouble starting. It would crank but would sound like the battery was dying. Now it wont start at all. Everytime I turn the key I hear a click, click, click sound. Please help

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Either, your terminals are dirty, your battery has died or your starter motor has died. Having a manual would help, just Google it and hunt around, you should be able to find a freebie. But you need to get it started and to an auto-electrician, he will diagnose your problem in seconds, and generally it is a freebie.

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