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2000 roadking doesn't start

Will jump start but when it's running lights are flickering, speedometor is not working, backfires, hessitates, odometer not working, intermitten spark. power hessitation when riding.

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Sounds like your battery is shot. Put a new battery in and try, with the new battery in and it works ok for awhile and then starts repeating the same problem, it will be in your charging system.

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