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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will find the info and any thing else you need in the manual for your bike here. Good Luck.
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Posted on Mar 30, 2009
SOURCE: 2001 gsxr 1000 wont start.
ur bikes wiring needs thuro inspection for cuts corrosion and bad connections--smoke probly commin from these issues and a clic can be a loose wire or failin starter
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
Run a wire from the postive side of the battery to the top side of the coil. There should be two white wires on the top side of the coil and a black wire on the bottom. Once there, you can kick start the bike. If you want to use the electric starter, pop the rubber boot off starter solenoid and jump from the large top lug to the small lug in the middle to engage the starter.
Or, you can purchase an aftermarket switch and change out the switch. You need a 6-lug switch for you 78.
Posted on Apr 27, 2010
Easiest way is to get a manual. A knock-off manual from the auto parts store will do. Take notes and pictures as you go. It will make the job 10 times easier when putting it back together. It's actually easier than you think.
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
SOURCE: on a 2004 suzuki gsxr
FI stands for Fuel Injection. The fuel system sensors have detected a problem. It could be anything > a dirty air filter FI stands for Fuel Injection. The fuel system sensors have detected a problem. It could be anything > a dirty air filter restricting airflow, a plugged injector, an error in fuel mapping, any number of things. Serious problems can trigger the computer to prevent the engine from starting until the problem is fixed. You will need to take the bike to a dealer to have them plug in a code reader. The code reader will tell you exactly what problem has been detected. There is also a chance a sensor has gone bad and is giving a false signal. Keep that in mind. Now determine if you want to do the fix or have the dealer do it. Please rate my answer.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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