From what I'm reading it spins over, but doesn't fire. So he needs to check to see if the fuel pump is running and if so, then he needs to figure out why he isn't getting spark.Originally posted by GingerNinja
dont you love it when people that dont know shit answet the tech questions? lol
Need some more info on what you already have tried. Does the starter crank when you engauge it? If it does not then try checking the kill switch, sometimes people accidentially flick that sucker.
If you jump start the bike and then check the voltage it should be within normal range, turn the bike off then check the voltage again...if it's slowly draining = bad battery. Loss in battery power while bike is running = bad alternator.Originally posted by tigersurvival
While the bike is running, if you're getting a reading past 15 volts, your regulator is shot. If you hold the multimeter to your battery and it slowly drains in power, your stator is bad. If you charge a battery and you get less than a couple starts off of it before you can't start your bike anymore, you've got a bad battery.