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Why my motorcycle just started up now it won't turn over is it the spark plugs..

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Most likely a problem at the starter relay. not sure of the exact location, but the + wire off the battery will run right into it. Try jumping the relay with a wire, if it starts thats your problem

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possible should adjust the spark plug tip allowance,make it slight closer.

or try to replace another spark plug. good luck..








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