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sounds like the autoshutoff relay may be bad..it controls the ingition and the fuel pump too..if the pump works check for spark by inserting a screwdriver into a pulled off spark plug wire and look for a decent spark between the screwdriver shaft and any ground like the block..if no spark the relay may not be powering up the ignition system..
Hi, most likely the trigger coils near the flywheel, it will still have spark but the timing may be off. Try new plugs first as they may have spark outside the cylinders but not when under compression. Regards Phil
try pulling the plug, stick a screwdriver in the end of the spark plug wire and hold it to the metal of the bike try starting it if it has fire you wil get a spark. if no spark try checking the points they may have burned out ... good luck
You have to check of there is sparks at the spark plug and also if the fuel is being injected to the combustion chamber.
Crank start the engine for a short while and thn remove one spark plug, if fuel is injected you will see tht the plug is wet.
To check for sparks to the plug, wipe tht plug dry if its wet due to gas, thn earth the spark plug body to the engine and crank start, if theres sparks you will see.
If you both of these thn it the engine must fire.
I guess one is missing.
Hope this helps!