Question about Gas Gas SM 450 FSE Motorcycles
Hi i have a 2006 Gas Gas 450 sm. the bike starts well the first time each morning but then it become very difficult to start my mechanic says that the diagnostic states that is the bike read -16 degress temp so thats why does not start.... we change the cdi but it was not the solution.... ANY IDEAS?????? PLS HELP!!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Oddly, only the transmission oil volume is mentioned in the owners manual, and it appears that the engine and the transmission share the same oil, and require the same 10-60w oil, so I am assuming that is the as listed in the manual holds 1.41litres (1.48 USquarts or 48 ounces), You can download the manual by right clicking on on this here. and "save file as" When yo changing the oil, don't forget to clean the filters when changing the oil. Page 100 has details in the manual. Details on the fill level are also in the manual. Hope this has helped. A FixYa rating is a great reward for looking into this for you. Cheers!
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
I had this problem too. Further investigation showed that I forgot to reattatch the vacum tube that runs from the top of the carb to the fuel valve, sucsion from this lets the fuel through.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
I've just had this prob on an inherited (just moved into new house) A2. Thought I was losing the plot as followed instructions to the letter re starting gas hobs. Got an engineer in to give the ecking thing a general service & told him about the hob. He said I wasn't pressing the knob hard enough. If you press the knob enough to make the ignition click, press the knob a bit further (it will go a bit further "in" honest). If you do that it should start like a good 'un (I felt sooo daft). Something to do with magnets!! Anyway, give it a try (this works for me unfortunately I've had the damn inner glass on the main oven go pop - yes, infront of an engineer twice in less than ten days. Knobs aside, I'm starting to go off this cooker. I want to cook to eat not have a "pretty" in the kitchen!).
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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