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Put in new battery week later will not start the bike crf 150 how to troube shoot charging system bike is approx 13 months old

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Need digital voltmeter for a start...if you havent got one it will need to go to Tech to check charging system.

If you do have one it must charge at least 13.2volts to charge battery. May have "leakage" from somewhere as well.

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