Question about 2008 BMW R 1200 RT
First of all remove the spark plugs and check, if dirty clean the plugs and set the gaps. Now crank to flush out any overflow in the cylinder. replace the plugs.
Check the fuel filter and the fuel lines. check to see if there is any restriction of fuel flow to the cylinder. Replace fuel if the fuel was dirty and clean the tank.
Now crank with the spark plug to see the intensity of the spark. if Ok replace the plug and crank.
If there is not ignition check and reset the spark timing.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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