Question about 2006 Honda VTX 1300 S
You will need to pull the spark plugs out. Check them good on the gap , wet is a sign of needing
new ones, or weak spark, black all over , replace. If they are white that is good , if they are new
and wet, that is good . If they are new plugs check gap and clean up put them into plug wire and rest end of plug up against head and crank the motor look at your spark if it is good and blue, put
them back in and it will start . If it starts, try to learn a new way to start your bike. You can do this
by before cranking make sure your battery has a full charge, some times good charge will really
make it easy to start, when it is cold outside, always pull your choke all the way out, and start your bike . when it starts quickly move your choke in to about half way, and then let it warm up, before
taking off , when you think it has warmed up within a few min. push choke all the way in, and off
you will go. Good Luck
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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