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1994 ZX-9R, Having to turn the ignition key on and off a couple times to get it to start up. It is worse when the bike has been ridden. It happens about 20% of the time. I have had the ignition switch apart, and i cleaned it. Could it be the fuel pump, or the ignition switch.

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Starter solenoid/relay going bad maybe? if the ignition switch was bad, it would be bad all the time and since you said its rideable 80% and doesnt loose any horse power, then its not the pump! if i helped let me know. Feedback!

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Testimonial: "Thanks for the help with my 1994 ZX 9R starting problem. I cleaned the starter solenoid/relay, and the battery connections. The starting problem has not happened since. The advice was very helpful. "

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