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When i press self start button it's meter start doing on & of ,on& of and bike does not start.? can u tel me wat is the problem?

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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!

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Take your battery out of the bike and take it to an automotive parts store, Ask them to "load test" the battery. They'll charge the battery for a while and then put a "battery load meter" or "carbon pile" machine on it and put a load on the battery exactly like your starter is doing. Only now, you have a meter on the machine to show you what it's doing. You can do the same thing using you voltmeter. Connect it "across" the battery, red probe to positive, black probe to negative and press the start button. If the voltage drops below 10.5 volts, your battery is no good.

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