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Won't start unless I keep a battery tender on it every time I park it kick start doesn't work either. This is in all weather from summer to winter,,it sucks. I did replace the battery within two weeks of buying, it was used & had only 30 miles on it

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Have the battery draw checked, batteries can register 12 volts but thats idle voltage, when you use it, it creates a draw on the battery,, using amps , if you have a walmart near you they check them for free

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