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press the clutch to start the engine
have a clutch shop check for problem cable or hydraulic system

Suzuki... | Answered 14 minutes ago


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Suzuki... | Answered Yesterday


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1983 Suzuki GSX... | Answered Yesterday


Yes you can do as you say but clean the plugs first then do the carbs there are videos on u tube about this that will help you .

2002 Suzuki VL... | Answered Yesterday


Could be ignition fuse. If not that then check the large block connectors which are usually located on the left hand side at the front of the bike behind the cowling beneath the handle bar. These connectors are notorious on GSXR's

2007 Suzuki... | Answered 3 days ago


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2001 Suzuki VS... | Answered 3 days ago


Flat battery or loose terminals

2006 Suzuki GS... | Answered on Jan 15, 2018


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2003 Suzuki... | Answered on Jan 14, 2018


You can apply energy to the motor (as mentioned) however you have not mentioned if you were able to manually turn the rotor? It is possible that by manually turning the motors rotor without applied energy, you may break away the magnetic flux that is keeping the shaft from turning. If you cannot rotate the rotor, it could be frozen in place and may never operate again. Naturally, a replacement is required.

2005 Suzuki... | Answered on Jan 12, 2018


sounds like a valve clearance problem. have anyone ever checked them?

2002 Suzuki GZ... | Answered on Jan 10, 2018


Could be the choke is stuck closed. The float in carb could be stuck so it don't shut the gas off. Is there a setting screw on the carb that needs adjusting?

Suzuki... | Answered on Jan 10, 2018


I have just rebuilt the carbs on my buddy's Bandit 1200 that had a similar problem. After doing the initial checks to confirm it was not plugs, wires or coils and doing a compression test it came down to the carbs. After removing them and taking the float bowls off I found lots of small rubber pieces in the bowls. This could only have come from the rubber fuel hose, from tank to carbs, as there is a filter in the fuel valve in the tank and that was clear. The small rubber pieces had blocked off some of the jets. Apparently Suzuki recommends replacing that hose every two years. I suspect alcohol in the fuel was eating the inside of the hose.
i am not saying that is the same problem you have but something to keep in mind. If it had not been stored with fuel stabilizer in the tank I would drain the fuel and add fresh gas and then if the problem persists do the basic tests first before going further.

2005 Suzuki GSF... | Answered on Jan 10, 2018


I have seen this happen when they are running out of fuel . check all fuel system to be sure it is getting fuel properly

1978 Suzuki GS... | Answered on Jan 10, 2018


Usually when you use an aftermarket oiled filters, you remove the airbox completely and the the hose to the carbs and then put the cone filters directly clamped to the carb mouth. Apart from being more efficient, allowing more air, they are pretty cool to look at. They can also be cleaned and re-oiled.

See this image

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and this one

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2001 Suzuki GSF... | Answered on Jan 10, 2018


1.you have to check the charging system of your bike
2. check your bike's starter.
3 try to check if there is any lamp holder has water or oxidation in it which can cause battery to drain out .

2005 Suzuki... | Answered on Jan 09, 2018


Hello, Paula -

If you reside in the USA, your local public library system probably subscribes to several different databases of repair manuals for a variety of motorized vehicles. I suggest you contact your local public library and ask if they provide access to the EBSCO database Small Engine Repair Reference Center.

If the library system subscribes to that database, if you already hold a valid library borrower card, you can access the database for free through your home or work computer and through the library home page, by logging into your library borrower account.

When you talk with a reference / information librarian at your local public library, ask him / her to talk you through how to go about accessing the database.

If you need to obtain library borrower (and online access) privileges, you will need to visit your local public library and apply for a library borrower card. Be sure you have photo ID with you, like your current driver's license.

While you are at the library, ask one of the reference / information librarians to provide you with one-on-one instruction in accessing the proper database for motorcycle repair.

If you do not know the phone number or location of your local public library, you can find that information using this search strategy with your favorite search engine (using quotation marks as shown):
"City Name, State" "public library"

Example:
"Salt Lake City, Utah" "public library"

One of the top search results will be the link to the public library home page.

Note: Your local public library = Your taxpayer dollars at work.

Best wishes.

Suzuki... | Answered on Jan 08, 2018


Hi, Anonymous your bike starts great when cold but once it reaches operating temperature and the engine is shut off for a few minutes then you try to restart it and it will turn over but will not fire or it doesn't do anything, the usual suspects are:
1. When electronics get hot they build up resistance then stop working. It might be an ignition coil, stator, CDI unit etc. First, you must find out if the spark dies out. When the bike won't start, pull a plug wire off, stick a new spark plug in the end and ground the threads on bare metal while someone cranks the engine over. You should see a nice big blue spark between the spark plug gap. Incorrect spark plug gap will cause or contribute to a no start when hot issue.
2. Fuel Tuners have been known to cause this type of problem, disconnect it and see if resolves the issue.
3. Any engine management sensor could be faulty especially the ones that monitor temperature.
4. Gas cap not venting properly, improperly routed fuel lines they must always go down from the gas tank to the carburetor never in any kind of a loop this will cause a vapor lock. Clogged, bent, kinked, pinched or restricted carburetor vent lines will do the same.
5. Overhead camshaft valves adjusted too tight when cold, this will cause loss of compression when hot, except for pushrod engines they usually get looser when hot.
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1996 Suzuki GSF... | Answered on Jan 08, 2018

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