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05 yamaha r6 wont turn over! - February 28, 2015, 07:33 PM

hey guys, I have a 2005 Yamaha r6. I had it running about 4 months ago perfectly fine i then took the battery out and placed it on a battery tender ( i did not place fuel stabilizer in it when i left it) today i disconnected the battery tender and went to go start it up, when i turn the key all lights come on and i hear it prime up when i go to kick it over all it does is crank it wont kick over. any suggestions what this may be or why it wont turn over? thanks.
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February 28, 2015, 08:10 PM

do you have gas? maybe injectors clogged or no spark.
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February 28, 2015, 09:00 PM

yes theres about half tank of gas in it, didn't think gas would go bad in about 4 months of sitting. I feel like theres just no spark
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Yes untreated gas will go bad at 4 months. You need to drain the gas and put fresh in and also add Seafoam. Also get so ether spray and when try to start the bike spray it in the intake ram. That should help turn it over. There might be a slight chance that after sitting you will need to pull the spark plugs and add some oil in the combustion chamber to help the rings seal up to get the compression back. I would only do that if the new gas and spray don't work. Now if you are really saying the bike was running and then you let it sit for four months that should work. If you don't have spark then that's a whole other problem.

Just reread your post. Cranking and kicking over are the same thing. Does the bike spin the motor when you hit the red button?


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Sorry for the confusion, yes all it keeps doing is spinning. Won't turn over.
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March 1, 2015, 09:54 AM

What dodge said. Spray starting fluid in to the intake. If it fires, then you know that your problem is fuel delivery. If it does not fire, then you may have an electrical issue.


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