Question about Suzuki Motorcycles
Crackling noise when accelerating
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I was riding my DR
The problem you describe could be several different things, however, I will post a solution for the most likely. The fact the the shut down occurs when you attempt to accelerate, indicates it is "starving", running out of fuel when you call for it. When you open the throttle, typically, you allow the engine to injest more fuel/air mix, thus the rpms go up. In your situation, your carb reponds to you opening the throttle by allowing more air, but the same amount of fuel, thus the mixture leans out, (too much air, not enough fuel to fire). The likely cause is an obstruction in the fuel delivery system. Could be a clogged fuel filter, trash in the fuel. A piece of trash in a carb jet. The fix is to check and clean everything in the lines, the filter, and possibly the carb. Hope this helps...GOOD LUCK!
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks, but this problem happens frequently I dont know what to do I always take it to the garage they clean it up and after one week the same happens"
No wonder it has been sitting for so long it becomes lazy..... Sorry, just to cheer you up. Check you clutch pack, tming chain and tranny state before anything.
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
Get the battery to starter connection checked.Also check the spark plugs and voltage at spark plugs.If the connections are loose or spark plug is faulty/worn out it will make such popping noise.--------
Also the noise which you mentioned can be trans bearing or clutch release bearing.The clutch snapping against the basket.But it has to be checked.
For engine does not want to stay running,check the fuel pressure.If the fuel pressure is low the fuel flow will be low so this can cause the engine to shut off.Also get checked all the sensors and switches with the motor there are 2 sensor on the air box IAT (intake air temp) and the IAPS (intake air pressure).If any of the one is faulty then it can cause the problem.The fuel pump and fuel filter has to be replaced if the fuel pressure is checked low.In many cases the worn out fuel pump and clogged fuel filter cause this problem.Replacing it solves the issue.
This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Feb 26, 2011
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