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If you think it might be the switch, you could squirt switch cleaner into the key slot and work it. Have you checked for fuses under the seat, tank or behind the headlight?

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Speedo sensors are located on the front wheel. If it's a mechanical speedo it will have a cable running from it to the speedo. If it is digital, it will have wires running from it to the instrument cluster. Check YouTube for replacement procedures

Motorcycles | Answered Yesterday


It should fit right in. I believe the only difference was a slight difference in cylinder bore size.

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The speedometer problem is likely caused by a faulty speed sensor (on front wheel). The oil light is likely caused by a bad sensor or a shorted sensor wire (rubbing on the engine).

Yamaha... | Answered Yesterday


It sounds like the spark plug hole in the head may be damaged. Can you get the plug out to check? Plugs should always be removed when the engine is cold, especially with aluminium cylinder heads. If you can get the plug out and the threads are damaged you can a shop to put in a Heli-Coil to repair the threads.

Buell... | Answered Yesterday


First check battery cable to see if it's loose, then check fuses, then check grounds. Oh yeah make sure battery is fully charged.

Power... | Answered Yesterday


TURNING OVER IS CRANKING DO YOU HAVE SPARK AND FUEL ?

Yamaha... | Answered Yesterday


USUALLY THERE IS ONLY 1 ON THE PIECE YOU SHOW US AND THE OTHER IS INTERNAL AS BATTERIES GO IN THE OTHER WAY . 1 BEING NEG UP AND THE OTHER NEG DOWN

Motorcycles | Answered Yesterday


I think Donald Gunn is right. I sounds like a lean condition caused by an air leak.

Honda... | Answered 2 days ago


The turn- bank sensor may think you have wrecked or just tipped over the bike. It may need to be replaced. Have you had to lay it down lately? Usually they reset after being turned on again after a lay down. It might not be resetting. Good Luck with that one.

Ducati... | Answered 2 days ago


Fully charge your battery first. Just because it is new doesn't mean it has a full charge.

GAS Motorcycles | Answered 2 days ago


dose the new battery have the same amp output as the old battery not all bike battery have the same amp output sounds like its not getting enough power or battery leds are lose

Motorcycles | Answered 2 days ago


you can get a sealed lead acid...like duracell ultra and save some bucks. I believe they have a 2 year warranty and are designed for rough conditions.

Yamaha XJ 600... | Answered 2 days ago

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