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A spark plug should last 20,000 miles or more. When you say goes bad what is happening burnt away electrodes, wet, fouled with metal particles, no spark? Check for the correct plug type in the user manual. Do not use another make. Make sure gap is correct and try bike again. Check plug color it should be light brown/grey, if black you need to check fuel mixture and choke assembly. NGK make Iridium plugs they give better sparks than normal NGK's try these if all else fails. Make sure the iridium[s] are correct for your bike eBay have great deals on plugs.
if you've changed the spark plug and no difference, then it's time to swap the coil with another cyl. coil and see if the miss goes to the other cylinder, if it does'nt follow to other cylinder, then I would replace that injector !
Yeh, me to, but, mine goes the to loading bit, but ehn says, "this server is taking longer then usual, try again" so i click the 'try again' button, and it dose the same fuking thing over again, i mean wtf? SO BUGGING ME
Remove the power plug and keep aside. Keep the sart button pressed on to discharge. After 15 minutes switch on the washer while holding the pause/cancel button.
If the set does not come back to life it iis possible that the main board has encountered some errors.
Repeat the procedure after some time.