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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 12-22-2017, 11:56 PM Thread Starter
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Bike won't start ?



https://youtu.be/FcT8H0DHB6U


The link above is the video I recorded of the 2008 Honda CBR600RR super sport motorcycle won’t start. I see all the 2008 Honda CBR600RR
super sport motorcycle’s lights turn on normally, and there are sounds, but when I click the start button, it makes unusual sounds.


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your battery is dead.
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Yep, probably a dead battery. Check your cables while you're there.

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Get a voltmeter and measure your battery's voltage before changing it... Also check cables as the previous poster said..
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You say what causes the 2008 Honda CBR600RR super sport motorcycle's battery to die.
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Not ridden enough / barttery too old ( 3 years ) / loose cables / electrical short some where / Alarm systems



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You say what cables might need to be replaced, if any.
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You say what cables might need to be replaced, if any.
I believe the battery cables being loose or corroded is what is being referred to.

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You say can the starter be the


reason why the 2008 Honda


CBR600RR super sport motorcycle


won’t start.
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your battery is dead. have you checked your battery?
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your battery is dead. have you checked your battery?



I did not check the battery because I am about to bring the 2008 Honda CBR600RR to the motorcycle repairer.

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why didn't you check the battery.
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I can’t check the battery and could


expired fuel inside the 2008 Honda


CBR600RR super sport motorcycle


cause this issue?
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No it's the battery check the battery
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No it's the battery check the battery
OMG. I fell out of my chair.
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OMG. I fell out of my chair.
Did your battery die too?

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No it's the battery check the battery
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Did your battery die too?
No. I'm thinking about the countless times my bike wouldn't start or died because either the kill switch was on or the kick stand was down. I've even gone out and needlessly bought a new battery when my only problem was the kill switch. It was horribly frustrating at the time. Now, it's hilarious!
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