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Hello everyone My Name is Joe I'm happy to be apart of this site I have been going threw some forums to try and get a grasp of what's wrong with my bike so I decided to create my own seeing that o notice slot of help on here and very educated people, also very generous people well here it goes, so I have a 93 suzuki gsx-r 750 that won't spark and the start button wont work I have tested all the safety switch cluch, side stand, cut off switch start button, I found th side stand switch did not read anything while testing it *using pocket meter* so I spliced them together Hoping thay solved the problem it didn't. I checked and replaced my ignition relay still nothing I replaced light and ignition fuse still nothing, I bought new coils still nothing so I tested the wires to the coils and I have no juice to them I can get the bike to turn over but it won't fire(no spark=no ignition=not running) so can please some one help me out of a jam I'm lost
 

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Check your ignition switch. It will cause all kinds of headaches. I was having headlight/taillight issues. After testing switches, checking ground points, checking fuses, checking bulbs, checking wires, etc... Bike would crank and run fine. Lights were not working correctly. Finally figured out it was the ignition switch. Replaced switch, problem solved. Welcome!:burnout
 

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Check your posting...it's posted in the wrong years forums.
You'll always find more answers among the crowd who actually owns them.
Anyone...anyone...SAM...anyone???
 

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Hey bud thanks for helping it was actually the start button it was getting no power source it was blank so I tapped into how it should get power after doing so button work and also gave me spark now I notice when bike was running I have liquid thay appears to be an oil it look like it's coming from around the gear shifter idk if it's directly from the gear shifter or around there
 

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I honestly have to say I really did not know if this bike would run considering I only bought it for $500 I guess I made a pretty good even if it does need a little bit of work on it
 

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Hey bud thanks for helping it was actually the start button it was getting no power source it was blank so I tapped into how it should get power after doing so button work and also gave me spark now I notice when bike was running I have liquid thay appears to be an oil it look like it's coming from around the gear shifter idk if it's directly from the gear shifter or around there
Post some pics so we can get a better idea. It may be the seal around the shifter shaft. Btw, when you post about your bike, hover over the "forums" tab. As you are hovering, drop down to the "Gixxer" tab. As you are hovering over the "Gixxer" tab, move right and down 4 places to "Water Cooled Gixxers". That will put you in the correct forum. :burnout
 

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Hey bud thanks for helping it was actually the start button it was getting no power source it was blank so I tapped into how it should get power after doing so button work and also gave me spark now I notice when bike was running I have liquid thay appears to be an oil it look like it's coming from around the gear shifter idk if it's directly from the gear shifter or around there
Post some pics so we can get a better idea. It may be the seal around the shifter shaft. Btw, when you post about your bike, hover over the "forums" tab. As you are hovering, drop down to the "Gixxer" tab. As you are hovering over the "Gixxer" tab, move right and down 4 places to "Water Cooled Gixxers". That will put you in the correct forum.
so I found where they the leak is ... I believe it's gear oil because it's really coming out of the sprocket well behind it so what do you guys/lady's think it is (maybe a seal I hope) and is it pricey to fix
 
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