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My bike is not starting, the battery is ok, it has fuel, the electrical system is fine, but it won't start, please help!!

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Is it choked ?

check for spark by removing one spark plug, plug it into its cable and cranking it. if no spark theres your problem.

If there is spark are you sure that the fuel system is in order ?

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Electrical problem


Without a battery,None of the electrics will work unless the bike is running.Start the bike to test.


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