Re: THE LCD DISPLAY ON MY SUZUKI FXR 150 IS NOT CLEAR
IalsoI havethesame problemdoes notclearlyreadthenumberson the boardandthe fund hasaaparieniatobewrinkled.Iconsultan expertinelectronicsandhe saidthathappenswhen you leavetheboardin the sunforlong.WhereI live(Peru) theclimateis warmandsunnyall day.I readthatif yougetonlythe crystal(display) LCDandchange fixestheproblem,is a questionoffindinga boardwithglassunfortunatebutover.If you haveanothersolutionformyemailalertsAbapapito@Hotmail.com.Greetings
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you can start with 1-1/4 turns,while it is running,turn screw in one direction untill the motor rpm's start to drop or stumble,then turn in the other direction untill the rpm's start to drop or stumble again,then find a happy medium between those two points,should be good to go,hope this helps.
for the electronic-type rev counter, it is usually shares the same wire with the ignition coil. for suzuki, usually its colour code is white with blue tracer / blue stripe. give it a try. hopefully u can solve it :-)
because it comes on sometimes and then stops working for no reason.there is a loose connection behind your bike meter u can try to check at the coonection from the c.d.i. units to your meter which the all connection is behind the meter
well wats wrong, the wires?did u ******* putting the cdi in? no one noes cause your question by a 7 year old, really, your sayin all fxr 150"s have a generic problem with after market ignitions, idk maybe but u should give me a better written question so i can answer it 4 u, u no.