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Having trouble starting my three wheeler, i pull started it, turnen it around to give it a test run and it would not start again?no spark, i have no idea what i may have disturbed.need a starting point

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1. Check the plug(s).

2. Make sure the plug wire(s); coil wire, are not loose, melted or frayed. Check the distrubution (distributor cap if equipped) make sure all electrical components from the starter, to the ignition are all in good repair.

3. Fuel: Make sure the fuel is mixed right (if appropriate).

4. Make sure the air filter and fuel filter are new. Even a brand new filter can get plugged, even after installing it recently.

5. Fluids: Make sure your oil and all fluids are full.

Please let me know if you need further assitance.

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