Question about 2002 Honda ST 1100 Pan European (cbs-abs met TCS)
Runs for 6 to 10 seconds more if i give it more throttle. After it dies I have to give it more throttle and it backfires and blows fire out of the exhaust pipe. In order to get it to run I have to remove the spark plugs then put them back in. Then another 10 second run Evil or Very Mad
If you can do your own work, try some things if its dies you ether loseing fuel pres, injector control, or spark........ the fuel pres is easyest to ck, just stick a gauge between the pump and the rail, should be 42-43lbs, on the spark pull a coil stick and put an extra plug in it and fire up the bike be careful doing this is case of fuel leaks under tank, if the bike quits and you try to start it and you still got spark this may be ok, this is a bit more difficult, you have to ck the plug connections at the coil sticks, if you ck in a service manual each coil has two wires going to it one is going to be powered all the time, the other one is grounded by the ECM when the injector is supposed to fire, a node light will help in checking this, OR you can do what most of us do, take the bike to a good suz guy that knows what he's doing
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