Question about 2002 kawasaki ZR-7 S
Start by getting your self a manual, plenty for sale if you google for it and if you like to search hard you should find a freebie.
Now your problem. Start with the fuses, make sure they are all OK, move to the kill switch and make sure it is functioning. Your jump start may not have had enough juice to get it going. Get your self a new battery, nice clean terminals, clean and reset plugs, then start again. You will find it a breeze once you get the manual and wont know how you ever lived without it. :D Good luck,
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If the battery is dead after starting then you have a short in the starting system. If it only starts when you jump it, and I'm assuming your using a car to do this, then it sounds like the starter is using an unusual amount of current to start and is defective. A shorted starter will drain a battery instantly, but make sure the positive cable is not shorted to the frame anywhere first.
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