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F4 not started

Hi guys,
I got the bike back from insurance, I turned the key light on odometer on but I can not start the bike where can I look first, second, third... To see if I start the bike
Thanks all,
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kill switch, then the battery
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Just what happens when you push the start button? Click and nothing? No click and nothing? Starter turns but engine doesn't run? Do dash light and tail light go dim (headlight should go off)?

More information needed please.

Off the cuff I would say your battery is flat.

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Back from insurance? Tip over switch???

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Have you said sorry to it yet?
Maybe she's just a little pissed right now.

It is a beautiful lady after all.

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Have you said sorry to it yet?
Maybe she's just a little pissed right now.

It is a beautiful lady after all.
What was I thinking!? Of course that's the problem!

You need to buy her flowers, chocolates and caress her old scars, tell her you still love her and won't cheat with another bike


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kill switch, then the battery
Killer switch just change new one, battery is good

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Just what happens when you push the start button? Click and nothing? No click and nothing? Starter turns but engine doesn't run? Do dash light and tail light go dim (headlight should go off)?

More information needed please.

Off the cuff I would say your battery is flat.
Push start button nothing happen, all the dash light on.....


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I know it's nice to do the work yourself, but isn't it the repair people's job to give you a running bike?
What if you find parts damaged in the crash that need replacing? In Oz it is usually a bun fight to get insurance companies to stump up more $ after collection.
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I'd refer you to the trouble shooting guide in the owners manual.

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Are you 100% sure it is not the battery? Several times member, me included, did not think it was their battery since the lights would come on and the fuel pump would run.
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