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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Yesterday, 09:21 PM Thread Starter
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I just bought a bike from a guy yesterday and I have ridden it maybe 5 miles since I purchased it and haven't gone over 50 mph. I went to take it to the gas station earlier and it cut off on me while riding. I thought maybe I need gas but it still doesnt run. It turns over but it doesnt start. I put it in dealer mode but it says C00 and I looked that up and it theres "no malfunctioning parts" I'm not sure what the issue is. Help please.
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Check the "green connector". Loads of posts about it and how to fix it here on the site.


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I have been looking at the "green connector" post but im not sure it meets the criteria of my issue. I have power, lights, dash, ect.
Heres a video of what its doing im not sure if it helps
https://youtu.be/8jdLnYdFRFM
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The fuel pump is working properly as far as i can tell, i took it apart to make sure it was clean. I checked the injectors. It has a brand new battery in it. I looked at a lot of the plugs and stuff and they looked ok. Ill definitely check the green connector again just to be safe.
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I'd also put a voltmeter on the battery and if you can get it started and running again, see what the voltage does.


Another thing to try is clipping a few mm off the spark plug wires to expose fresh wire. See posts 12 thru 16 of this thread for more details: https://www.sv-portal.com/forums/5-t...ctor-help.html.


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And to add, take a peek inside the airbox to make sure a mouse hasn't built a nest. There have been several cases where that has happened resulting in poor running conditions and bad gas mileage.


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