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June 23, 2005, 08:55 PM

I Have a X1 Ninja and when i turn the key the gauge turns on and it has power. But when I try to start it there is a clicking sound.



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Norm, AmEr, help this Brother out.


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clicking like a low battery? Just an idea from a novice point of view


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no the battery is full it just clicks everytime press the start button
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can you put it in gear and push start it.. or at least make sure the engine isn't seized? Just another idea...


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Battery. it's not fully charged.


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I Have a X1 Ninja and when i turn the key the gauge turns on and it has power. But when I try to start it there is a clicking sound.



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carefully lay it on its side........then stomp on it like the piece of shit that it is!!!!!!

this always works for me and if that doesn't help, roll the fucking thing off a cliff.
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I Have a X1 Ninja and when i turn the key the gauge turns on and it has power. But when I try to start it there is a clicking sound.



PLS HELP ME
carefully lay it on its side........then stomp on it like the piece of shit that it is!!!!!!

this always works for me and if that doesn't help, roll the fucking thing off a cliff.
Bwahahahaha. That's what i do with all the ex's - works like a charm.


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what about the spark plug
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I Have a X1 Ninja and when i turn the key the gauge turns on and it has power. But when I try to start it there is a clicking sound.



PLS HELP ME
carefully lay it on its side........then stomp on it like the piece of shit that it is!!!!!!

this always works for me and if that doesn't help, roll the fucking thing off a cliff.
Bwahahahaha. That's what i do with all the ex's - works like a charm.
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June 24, 2005, 07:02 PM

Dude, turn the key in the on position, put it in second or third gear, hold the clutch and give it a good running push, hold the gas open and let the clutch out. That should at least get it started. or just get someone to give you a jump. If I was a betting man I'd say its your battery.
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