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Engine won't quit after ignition is turned off

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It sounds like you have either two live wirers touching or badly burnt wirers somewhere along the constant live from battery to the ignition, or if the engine runs on for a short time it might need to be decoked, if you have added anything to the bike just before this started check the wires from the item.

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