Join Date: May 2005
Location: Lakeville, MN, USA
Sorry to hear about being out of action for a while hope everything is better now.
Where are you located maybe someone could come by and help out.
If the battery only has enough to try and start a couple of times it may be too low - very sensitive to low voltage. Also if it was completely dead you should have done a "reset" by turning the throttle 2 full turns before you try and start it.
Try charging it up again I would disconnect the battery (just the neg) for a few seconds then hook it back up and do the throttle reset before attempting to start it.
If you have a voltmeter check the battery voltage after charging.
website has been hacked - down for now
Riding since '65 - 30+ bikes (lost count)
'06 R12GS Adv, '98 Buell, '95 Ultra, '95 Fatboy, '71 Rickman, '53 Panhead
2009-2010 KxxxxLT or whenever BMW updates the platform
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