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I was riding my bike the other day and it stopped taking gas but kept running eventually it stopped turning on altogther and we had to tow it home, today i changed the oil and oil filter. but when i let the bike idle it kills itself after a few minutes...idk whats wrong!!!!!!

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It's not normal for a bike to kills automatically because of the idle....you need to check your fuel filter might have a lot of gas particles , dirt, etc.or clean your carb, to have a smooth gasoline distribution.If this two thing were done and the prob still the same then, your ignition coil is no longer functioning normal.Change it. If you have that kind of symptoms for your bike then it can also be ignition coil, it automatically kills your bike when it become hot..

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