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When i turn my bike over it starts very week and today it died when i was riding it. I changed the battery but still the same thing

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Hello. Fully charge the battery then drive the bike to any autoparts store and have them test the charging system and the battery for you. It sounds like your charging system is not working and as a result when the battery runs down the bike dies. Joe

Posted on May 06, 2010

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SOURCE: After riding about 15 miles today bike started

assuming it has gas, and a good fuel filter, you may have gotten a clog in the carburetor, I would suggest bringing it into the dealer.

Posted on Jun 29, 2010

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