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Check oil light comes on and bike will not turnover to start. However I did ride last week and it was fine

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I took my k7 750 to a petrol station and it didn't start, check oil light was on, I checked oil level and it was low, I topped it but the fault is still on and the bike still does not start.

Posted on Apr 16, 2011

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The check oil light might be becuse of low oil or you need to service it but you could have a bad spark plug

Posted on Apr 07, 2011

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