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2010 d675 wont start.

hi guys, i have a problem. my bike wont start.
it did cranked;
- parked for almost a month.
- all lights on the meter is normal.
- the battery is just charged fully.
- fuel is half tank. (new fuel 95RON)
- gear indiicator shows Neutral.
- side stand is fully retracted.

but still not fired up.
maybe fuel system? maybe firing system( spark plugs)?

anyone.. please help me...
i am in a blind spot....

thanks in advance bros...


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post #2 of 25 Old 01-09-13, 22:11
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How long did you let it crank for? Was the fuel drained before or a stabalizzer put in it?
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crank untill the battery runs out.
so charge the battery again and still same.. wont fire up.
i use ordinary fuel.

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and no.. i didnt drain the fuel prior.

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yup.. priming as soon as i turn on the key.
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Well then at this point the bike is very likely flooded. You'll want to pull the spark plugs and probably replace them. Then drain the old fuel out of the fuel lines.
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owh...
how about the fuel in the tank?
drain also?

if i am right, change the plug; the bike will fires?
and, will this thing happens again?

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Your first post said the fuel tank was half full with fresh fuel. Is it old fuel? Was the tank drained before it sat?
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not drained before mixing in fresh gallon of fuel.

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