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TTR 50cc Yamaha Little bit of oil comes out muffler

THe bike was running great last night but today it will not turn over. THere is a little bit of oil in the mulffer. not sure about the intake. DO you think the air filter needs changing?

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Try a new spark plug first, take the spark plug out, put hd lead cap back on and touch it to metal and crank the bike oversee if your getting a spark at all. if not change the spark plug

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