wont start...my fault??
Hey, all. Didn't quite know where to post, but here goes. My wife brought her Vulcan home the other day after a short ride saying that while cruising, the bike had cut-off but then restart almost immediately. The bike has burned off 65 miles from a full tank and ran well the day before so I don't suspect bad gas, but drained the bowls, both clear with no junk. So, I figure seafoam first. I took a big syringe and decided to shoot seafoam into the gas lines from the petcock to the carbs and let it sit overnight. Well, dope *** me shot a couple ounces or so of seafoam into the vacuum line, then realized the center hose was vacuum not fuel. Now, engine cranks but won't fire up. Actually it did just once for about 3 seconds then died. Is my seafoam injection into the vacuum line the cause of my problems??? Some more backround, I have pulled all plugs after cranking the engine several times and they are all wet (but don't smell gas when I crank her). Dried the plugs and left 'em out overnight, tried next day, no good. Drained bowls again, all clear. Electrical? Battery is a DEKA agm which is good. Switched out the DEKA into my VN and started right up. As per the voltmeter on her bike, 12.3 volts key on, and cranking draws voltage down to as low as 10, lower the more I crank. Battery charges fine, and my known good battery into her bike also just cranks. Cleaned all electrical connections I could find with CRC electronic cleaner and checked to make sure all connectors clean and tight including grounds. Also, getting spark. At least the bulb lights up when I attach that in line spark tester gadget. What's my next move??? TIA...John.