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New to the forum and would love some help, I have an 06 Hammer that due to certain life consequences I let sit too long. I have drained the tank, added new gas, can hear the fuel pump when cycling kill switch, pulled plugs to confirm spark, they also are wet so I know I am getting fuel and spark but still wont start. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
 

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Not an area I have a lot of knowledge in, but....

Welcome from Alabama!
 

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The plugs may be fouled now. Put new ones in and see if that doesn't fix it. Need three things, fuel, air and ignition source.thumb up
 

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Thanks, yeah good spark and fuel, found an awesome tutorial on YouTube from a Rylan, trying it when I get off work, will let you know how it goes
 

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Thanks, yeah good spark and fuel, found an awesome tutorial on YouTube from a Rylan, trying it when I get off work, will let you know how it goes
Let us know how it works out for you
 

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wet spark plugs will not fire. You need new ones buy a couple sets.
Just cause you hear fuel pump doesn't mean its any good. Go to auto store rent fuel pressure tester. You want 49psi or higher.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCOJWC2Xrs8
 

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wet spark plugs will not fire. You need new ones buy a couple sets.
Just cause you hear fuel pump doesn't mean its any good. Go to auto store rent fuel pressure tester. You want 49psi or higher.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCOJWC2Xrs8
Yeah thanks, getting a pressure gauge after work. Watched tutorial done by a guy who rebuilds fuel pumps told me it needs to be 51 or higher,. But thanks.
 
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