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No Start Help Please
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Today I fired up my bike no problem, drove fine to work everything is cherry. Lunch time I have to ride about 40 minutes away to get a part. When I stop and fill up with fuel I couldn't get the thing started again. As soon as I would press the starter button it would kill all the lights, gauges, everything.

I push started it out of there and rode to another parts place 25 minutes away, same problem. If I press the kill switch to turn off the bike the lights (neutral, oil etc) stay on and make me think its not the battery, as soon as I press the starter switch she goes completely dead though.

Checked the fuses they seem good, what else should I do? I'm assuming bikes don't have alternators, am I right? Any input would really help me at this point. Thanks
2001 Dakota - sold
1998 Honda CBR 600 - stock
North American Engine & Transmission
1-866-853-4420
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#2
I don't have a bike. But I'm pretty sure they have alternators. Check your battery connections, sometimes when they're corroded, they wont give you enough current to wind up the starter.
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#3
Turned out it was the battery cables...little corroded and one loose connection. Thanks.
2001 Dakota - sold
1998 Honda CBR 600 - stock
North American Engine & Transmission
1-866-853-4420
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01Dakota Wrote:Turned out it was the battery cables...little corroded and one loose connection. Thanks.

Score. +1 for me. ANNNNNDD I don't even have a bike.. hahaha jk
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#5
Mr RC51 Wrote:But Rob, the clutch lever isn't on the right side either. HAHAHAHAHHAHA

= X


i think i missed this one,.. lol
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