Question about 2005 Honda Activa
One mechanic suggested to do some work in Engine,costing 4 K
White smoke is classic head gasket problems in water cooled engines ... Your engine is air cooled but you can still have top end troubles. I suggest you have your motorcycle checked by a professional before you ride much more. info on your ride here: http://www.honda2wheelersindia.com/activa/specifications.html
Posted on Dec 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my honda activa doesn't start
First of all it is for sure that water had seeped into your electricals. So open the covers and wipe dry the coils, the wires to the plug, the wires to the ignition unit. make sure that there is no water in your fuel.remove the plug with the plug spanner supplied.Kick or use the starter to check for the spark on the plug ( which was also cleaned). If no spark then check again on the ignition system, the coils the contacts to confirm the fault. After a good spark is seen fit it back again and start. It must start for sure.Other wise repeat the process. I hope you get this right. Good day
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
The piston must be at Top Dead Centre to adjust the valve tappet clearances. This will only stop it from ticking. Have you checked the type of and amount of oil in the engine?
Hope that helps.
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
Only two things prevent an engine from starting/running. Always go to "Basics": Spark & Fuel (fuel/air mix). That's it. 1) Remove spark plug. 2) Put the plug back in in the "Spark Cable" just as it is IN the Engine. 3) Scrape a small area clean (down to bare metal) on the frame. 4) Hold the rubber head of the cable with rubber handled pliers (water pumps work great) using this to hold a side of the plug against the bare metal. 5) Turn the Ignition switch to ON. Crank the Engine as if starting it. Note the spark (if any). Is it Blue?=Strong Yellow?=Weak Is it Centered or way of to the side of the electrodes? If you have a good, regular, strong blue/white spark-...Fuel: 1) How old is the gas in the tank? Over 3 mos. Dump it! 2) Always replace/clean Fuel filter. 3) Same trick: Pull the fuel line off at the carb. and crank the Engine. (Careful-No Smoking!) Gas? 4) Fuel/Air mixture. If you have good Spark and good fuel...and Still does not start...Time to check parts. Good Luck
Posted on Feb 22, 2011
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