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Things You'll Need:

Fresh motor oil
Spark plugs
Fire extinguisher

1. Run a few basic tests to
determine what the problem
with your motorcycle might
be. Running these tests will
help you pinpoint the exact
problem so that you don't
waste money fixing
something that doesn't need
to be fixed.

2. Drain any oil from the
motorcycle that appears to
have an odd color. The length
of time the bike has sat in
storage can have a huge
impact on the running
condition of the bike. If the oil
hasn't been changed in a
while, it can cause a number
of issues with your bike's

3. Remove the old battery
from the bike and connect it
to a fully charged battery
using jumper cables. If you've
had your bike in storage for
an extended period, your
battery is probably dead and
needs a charge. By taking
the battery out of the bike
you are avoiding the
possibility of an explosion
being caused by the
recharging process.

4. Take out the old spark plugs
and either clean them or
replace them with fresh,
clean spark plugs. This is just
simply good routine
maintenance and is good to
do each time you bring a bike
out of storage, or if it has
been an extended time since
they have last been changed.

5. Drain out the old gas that is
still in the tank and put fresh
gas back in. Make sure that
the gas is flowing cleanly
through the lines into the

6. Consult a manual or a
professional mechanic if
these basic maintenance
steps don't fix the problem.

Tips & Warnings

Be sure to keep a fire
extinguisher handy in case of
a fire.

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