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G'day mate, my 04' 350 bullet "Indian domestic" model won't fire, i can't get a spark in the plug. I've checked fuses, coil and connections and have power from the battery. It was working fine and it's home but now for some reason it's a no go. Any help would be much appreciated.....Mark

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Check the kill switch and ignition switch for proper continuity. If they are good try a new spark plug and spark plug cap.

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