change the plugs...other than that you may have a short somewhere...thats all it could really be
If nothing happens when you press the start button you got more then plugs being the problem!!! It sounds electrical, did you check the fuses?M3joky8 said:........Nothing happens when you press start button.
I have plugs on the way. Simple to install.
Doing an oil change while I am at it.
Any ideas what it can be?
Hopefully just the plugs?
Please help me out.
Ding ding - winner. Simple process of elimination says the problem is definitely electrical. My money is on battery, but it could be something else or even battery problems caused by something else. Step 1 should be to put it on a battery trickle charger (borrow one if necessary). With a charger, you should be able to tell if the battery is fully charged and if it will hold a charge. Might still have a problem with cranking power, but at least you'll be on the right track. Other option is to swap in a known good battery and give it a go. Also check battery cables and terminals very closely. My buddy's M750 had a similar problem. Terminals looked fine with no visible corrosion until removed. However a strange film had formed between the terminal post and the cable connection that was slightly visible once the cables were disconnected. A few passes with a wire brush and bike and battery were fine.If nothing happens when you press the start button you got more then plugs being the problem!!! It sounds electrical
The check engine and and oil light will come on as a self check, to make sure the bulbs aren't blown. The oil light won't go out till there is oil pressure. I believe the check engine goes out after a few seconds, or unless a code is tripped. I would start with changeing the battery because 11.9 -12 volts is a "dead" battery! try a trickle charge or change the battery out all together(note: new batteries sometimes need charging from the box). Purchase a "battery tender" or equivalent, its well worth the money!!!!(I switch one tender between two bikes). Let us know what happens, it may end up needing a trip to the dealer!M3joky8 said:I charged the battery and changed the plugs.
Old plugs looked like hell.
Still nothing oil light and check engine light are still on.
Really think its the battery?