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My VTR 250 2003 won't start. The lights are all working when I turn it on but when I go to start it it turns over for a second then it's dead. whats up with that? Battery perhaps?

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Very much sounds as though the battery is run down. In such a case you will se symptoms exactly as you are describing them, lights work but only cranks once. If you continue to try and start it, the bike will likely eventually die. It may be possible to push start your bike but your first destination after that should be a battery shop which will perform a free diagnostic of you electric system to make sure it's just the battery or if perhaps your alternator is failing to charge.

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