Question about 2003 Hartford Legion HD-125L
If the spark plug head covers with black thick carbon, then there is a possibility of misfires. Clean the spark plug and start it.
There can also be an improper fuel air mixture which causes carbon deposits on the spark plug. Fuel air mixture should be properly adjusted.
Posted on Mar 06, 2014
The sound and the high fuel consumption are all related. there are many things that might be wrong. it could be the fuel quality the carburettor air filter spark plug or even an elecrtical problem. but since you had the bike serviced but you are still experiencing problems i would try cleaning the spark plug. and when you fit the sparklug back, check wheter the wire going to the sparkplug is in perfect order. then put the bike in neutral, put in on the main stand, start it and check the big wire going to the sparkplug. listen if you can detect any noise in that area. if you hear a tik - tik sound, then there is a elecrtical leak. you should be able to repair that by yourself if not a normal service station would do. however if thats not the problem, then you should bring the bike to another service station,,,
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