Question about Yamaha FZ6 Motorcycles
Sounds like your battery is dead. It may hold enough of a charge to start the lights up and horn, but when you put the bike under load (trying to start it) it will go below the necessary volts to start the bike up. Go to a battery store or your nearest auto parts store and have them check out the battery (they do this for free where I live so I hope they do it for free where you are) If they say the battery is fine, check to make sure that all of your connections are good, so that no cables are loose. I am still thinking the battery will need to be replaced. Good luck!
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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