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Bike Wont start.
I haven’t seen any recent posts or solutions. 2014 2100 miles.
Work I’ve done to it. New spark plugs, new battery, new starter relay.
I turn the bike on and it won’t turn over. Fueses all good. And yes it’s in neutral. I am at a complete stump to why it won’t turn on. It sounds like the fuel pump turns on but the bike doesn’t want to turn over. Please help
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Bike Wont start.
I haven’t seen any recent posts or solutions. 2014 2100 miles.
Work I’ve done to it. New spark plugs, new battery, new starter relay.
I turn the bike on and it won’t turn over. Fueses all good. And yes it’s in neutral. I am at a complete stump to why it won’t turn on. It sounds like the fuel pump turns on but the bike doesn’t want to turn over. Please help
Will try to add videos
By "not turning over" you mean it does nothing when you hit the starter button?

Many aftermarket starter relays are not good, and some are not correct. That would be my first guess. Starter relays don't usually go bad with as little time and mileage as yours. Was it doing this when you replaced the relay, or something else?

Confirm you have full (12.7V or more) battery power.

Do you get a green neutral light on the dash?

How about safety switches? Sidestand? Clutch lever? It's been a while since we had a Ninja (250), and I don't recall if they need the clutch in to start, or what they do with the sidestand down.

Make sure the engine kill switch, on the handlebar, is in the run position.
whenI turn the key to on I get the instrument display. Green neutral light, Horn, blinkers everything. And this is after a full battery charge. But when I go press the starter(kill switch on) and hold it I get a clicking sound and the fuel pump turn on but but not starting.
 

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PROBLEM SOLVED
got it started messed with the throttle sensor and air sensor position and throttle cables and got it running. Thank you for the help
But a check engine light is on so now dealing with that.
 
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