Question about 2007 Honda CBR 150R
Honda cbr 150 2007 model. the mechanic opened the carburetor due to hard starting. when he's trying to put back the all the existing hoses then try to start the bike doesnt start. do you have any manual or guide on how to put back all the hoses in correct position..because I think he's putting back the hoses in some wrong way.......@
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Posted on Dec 07, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check fuel pump is working(remove seat and tank)Although your bike has carbs,they are fed by a fuel pump(under seat and tank)
if there is no fuel getting pumped when you are cranking over,replace fuel pump relay(cheapest option)If still no joy your fuel pump is u/s.although hondas have a seperate small vacume type hose running off the back of the pump,any pump off a kawasaki zx7/zx9 will do the job(they are all made by the same firm)
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
Two things can be happening, either your charging system isnt doin the job, or you have a short thats draining yer system... so
to answer your question... start by fully charging your battery, then put a volt meter on it and turn your bike on.... the volt reading should increase.... if it doesnt - you got a stator or regulator problem - if it does..... you need to trace your wires for a possible ground to yer frame
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
This is the closest manual to your bike I can find.
As you can see, it covers from 1979 - 2003 - Honda rarely change their engine configurations when they make something that works.
This manual was probably last printed in 2003 - and later year bikes just added updated pages (Honda does that quite often to save on re-printing new manuals).
The XL model is exactly the same as the XR, except the XL has additional components to make it street legal - battery, head light, tail light, turn signals, horn and street legal tires
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
There is a proper way to start an engine. Most bikes have four controls to assist in starting.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
And it doesn't start? The clicking sound is the starter relay (aka starter solenoid). If the battery is fully charged and all you hear is the relay clicking, then you've got either a defective relay, a bad starter motor, or faulty wiring between those two.
Most likely, it is a bad relay. To find out, locate the relay and use a large screwdriver to bridge across the two large cables that are bolted to the top of it. If the starter spins the engine when you do this - then you've definitely got a bad relay. If the starter does not spin, then it's either the starter motor or a bad cable connection going to it.
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
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