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Old 06-03-2010, 03:53 PM   #3
puncar thogoole
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Start with a new battery.

Go through the wiring & clean & solder connections as necessary, bad connections can cause the charge light to glow.

After cranking the bike to start it, it'll probably take somewhere around 10-20 minutes at medium to high revs to put the charge back in, so if you are doing a lot of short runs, re-starting often or riding at low revs the battery will not have a chance to charge & eventually won't start the bike.

If the above fails, then start checking components.
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