So Dumb question I have been really busy and its been extremely hot here so I...

So... Dumb question. I have been really busy and its been extremely hot here, so I haven't been able to do much riding as I wish I could. I knew my bike would be stubborn on starting up. It started up after a few tries yesterday. Then I thought I would go and just take it for a short spin let it breathe a bit. Between cutting the engine and walking the bike down my hilly drive way, right when I was about to start, I noticed the light got dim on the Neutral indicator, and it wouldn't turn over. Now my question is, was it a battery or was it fuel how do you know? I did manage to plug the battery in last night it charged over night.

4 comments
  • Probably your battery, if it was fuel there'd be no reason for the dimming neutral light. Unless it's both?!

  • Definitely the battery. Buy a trickle charger if you don't already have one.

  • Also a multimeter, totally worth the $10 if that

  • Battery