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Put your left foot on the clutch pedal and push down all the way on the clutch. Move the throttle lever all the way to the top, this turns on the choke. Turn the key clockwise, to the right, to start the engine. Once the engine has started, move the throttle lever down to turn off the choke. You only need the choke when the engine is cold. If you use the choke while the engine is hot, you can flood the engine (too much gas) and this will fowl the spark plug. If you have flooded the engine, turn off the choke by lowering the throttle lever and try to start the engine a few times. If the engine doesn't start, then you may need to wait 20 to 30 minutes before trying to start the engine again. If the engine still does not start, then you can remove the spark plug to dry and to clean the spark plug. With the spark plug out, turn the key to the start position for 10 seconds, to push out excess fuel and fumes. Replace the spark plug and try starting the engine without turning on the choke.
Fuel system may have a problem at fuel filter, or pump is shutting down. Make sure you have spark after engine stalls( DO NOT TURN KEY OFF ). If you do turn key off restart let stall happen do not turn key this time. Pull a spark plug wire at spark plug. Put a spark plug into that end of the spark plug wire. Ground the base of the spark plug on a good none painted placed so that you can see the spark, then you turn the key to crank watching for sparks at the very end cap of the spark plug. My son has a 2013 Harley, I think this fill fix your problem, Lee.
1. check the oil 2. Spray starting fluid in card 1 second 3. try to start if no pull spark plug and with leather gloves hold 1/8 from cooling fins if spark = YES spray starting fluid in to hole where spark plug goes. repeat step 3. If spark = NO remove flywheel and check points clean contacts and recheck for spark. if runs for short while after apray of starting fluid - clean carborator ( see youtube)
I would check fuel pressure so you can rule out pump. I had a bad pump right out of the box before. Also you may want to change fuel filter so you can rule out plugged filter. You have spark, sure seems like still no fuel.
It won't start? or it won't turn over? If it won't turn over have your starter checked out and proceed from there. If it tries to turn over but won't start, change the sparkplugs and see if you get a spark. If you do not get a spark you should take it to a repair center. If you do get a spark with the new spark plugs, install them and see if it runs. If not see if it's getting fuel, If it still wont run whether it is getting fuel or not I reccomend taking it to a bike mechanic.
check spark plugs or spark pug wires. These are the most common issues with no spark. 2. check all fuses. 3. check ground or battery cables. If ground is bad it can cause a no spark. Motor turns? or ROTORs TURN? If motor turns your getting spark.
I have a 1996 cbr 600 f3 and when I first bought it used it would not turn over for the life of it. It turned out that a major problem was the spark plugs needing to be replaced. Thats the first thing to do. Next clean out those carbs with some good carb cleaner.