Question about 2006 Bajaj Wave
I haven't ridden my bike in about a month and a half. I went to start it up for a quick ride last weekend and it's not turning over at all. I don't believe it's a battery issue my headlight comes on at a nice strong light; it makes a rrr-rrrr sound like it's trying to start up but nothing beyond that. Anyone have any quick suggestions as to what I should look for? It's a 2004 Ninja 250 and I unfortunatly am not that well versed in the mechanical side of it yet.Start from simpliest and work your way up. is it EFI or carb? If its a carb can you spray a squirt or 2 of carb start in the carb then try it. Not familiar with EFI yet. Just because the headlites come on is no quarantee the battery is good enough. Throw a 2 amp trickle on it for a day or half a day. The gauge on the front of the battery charger (if not a small one) will tell you where you are battery power wise. Hustle out and purchase the shop manual, bike specific for it at the Kawasaki shop before its not available anymore. While you may never be destined to rebuild motors or sesat valves, you'll be surprised th ahndy dandy factoids you'll pick up. You may even save a damsel in distress,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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