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SOURCE: Hi, after riding through flood

Water in the carb float bowl? Remove the carb then remove the float bowl. Use spray carb cleaner to clean the carb. Pay special attention to the main jet.

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Suzuki Hayate 125 SS which direction is open choke? Up or down?


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Hi, after riding through flood water the motor starts but only if no throttle is applied, as soon as you do the engine cuts out.tried some choke and tried idling for enough time to warm up , no...


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It is either your regulator/rectifier, rotor/stator, or battery is bad and won't hold a charge. Get a multimeter and test the battery while the bike is running. You should get 12.5-13 volts at idle, and 13.5-14 at about 2500-3000 RPMs. If you aren't getting proper voltage, check wiring, but most likely a reg/rec problem.

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You need to have stator coil tested.
An alternate problem could be the regulator/rectifier.
Both of these should tbe checked by a dealer

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Jon

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