I laid my bike down two months ago. There was only damage to the fairing and frame slider. I continued to ride for a couple weeks after that. I had to out of town for a month and when I came back and tried to start my bike it would not start. It cranks up but wont start. I charged the battery but I think it might not be getting fuel. Is there something I can do?
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I'd also check to see if your battery puts out the correct voltage. If your still running the original battery, it's probably time for a new battery. Even though it's only been a month, I'd mix in some new gas if your tank isn't full yet.
You should here the fuel pump prime when you turn the key on. That doesn't mean that it's pumping enough pressure, it just means that th pump is pumping. You could still have a bad pump.
I don't know if our bikes have a schrader valve or not but you need to test the pressure.
I just got the battery tested and it wasnt that. I am now trying to check the spark plugs. I am trying to move the radiator and I followed the steps in the service manual but I cant get it to move. I have removed all the bolts needed to move it but I am stuck on the part where I have to remove the radiatior from the frame gorrment/boss. It says to move the radiatior to the left and pull down, but it is not coming loose. Is there something else I need to do????????
i have replaced sparkplugs on a 600rr.. and the best way is how it says in the manual are u getting all the mounts.. if so just pull harder it will pop off the tab and all down enough to get to the plugs, i would have to say the plugs need to be replaced and it will start right up!, use the sparkplug tool in your kit it works great!
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