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last night i pulled my 05' into the garage and it was fine, then this morning i went to go ride and it wont start! the fuel pump is pumping and everything, just doesn't seem to spark or something? i am trying to check my plugs but i can not get the coils off off them??? what do i do or check???
 

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I think checking the plugs is wasting your time if it ran last night. Plugs don't corrode over night. Check things like vacuum lines you may have pulled off by . Also let the bike sit for an hour just in case it is flooded.
 

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just let it set there for a lil bit, 30 minutes to an hour or so. then come back and try again. once it's flooded it's a PITA to fire up. make sure your battery has plenty of juice, and just keep the throttle wide open. eventually it'll go.
 

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ok this is some f--ked up ****!! i was just charging the battery for like 30 min because it was almost dead... then i go out there and the battery is about to blow up!! whistling and steaming litteraly about to blow. now i guess i wait until monday to find a battery and hope it didnt f-up anything else
 

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sounds like your battery went into thermal runaway, be careful with that and remove out of your bike asap. it could get hot enough to melt plastic.......time for a new batt.....gl bro
 

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if you use a car charger, don't use more than 6 amps. if you had that charger cranked up, you'll overcharge it in no time. i never charge a cycle battery at anything more than 2 amps normaly.

you might be lucky and it just got hot. but let that thing set and cool off for awhile.
 

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Ceph said:
if you use a car charger, don't use more than 6 amps. if you had that charger cranked up, you'll overcharge it in no time. i never charge a cycle battery at anything more than 2 amps normaly.
thanks for that info...i might need that one of these days...good ol' mr. watts.....:icon_lol:
 
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