Question about Honda Hornet 250 Motorcycles
I have a Honda hornet CB250, it works really fine when it starts / which heat is on the bike, But when i start to power up the bike by mornings it wont start, i have checked the battery, rectifier, power lines, air filter, plugs those are on excellent condition. looks like it wont start when it is cold... does anyone now the reason for this?
I am having trouble with your english translation of the symptom. However, if your bike starts and runs fine once it is warmed up and initially starts fine in warm weather this indicates a clogged choke circuit in the carburator and will require a thourough and proper cleaning of the carb.
Posted on Dec 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: engine timing, hornet 250
there is normally marks on the flywheel. sometimes 3 sometimes less. find the mark that makes the left piston sit at top dead centre on the compression strocke and it should be lined up correct. make sure that u are happy before u try starting otherwise it could end up very expensive.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
You can find a free pdf service manual on this site
I checked the site and your manual is there.
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Posted on Apr 07, 2009
SOURCE: 92 Cb250 Nighthawk won't start
Check the side stand kill switch. It kills the engine so that you don’t start out with the side stand down. If broken or out of adjustment, it would kill the spark. Check for a broken wire at the side stand switch and coupler. Try moving the kill switch by hand. If that doesn’t work then wire a jumper around the switch to bypass it. Check the fuses. Is the handlebar kill switch on? Check the operation of the ignition switch and all kill switches with a volt ohmmeter.
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Posted on Jun 18, 2009
It has all the symptoms of an electronic failure. I would suspect the pickup coil in the engine , coil or trigger box. You can check the pulse coil,
AC volt scale, something a little less than 1 volt when you turn the engine over. Two wires from the engine, don't have a diagram for your bike handy , sorry. Pulse coil triggers the ignition box that fires across the primary of the coil. Check spark plug cable and where it enters coil and cap for corrosion first. Next time it quits, have a spare good plug with you, insert the plug into a plug wire you've removed and be sure the plug is grounded then try to start the bike and see if it has a nice blue spark. If it's yellow or red, weak spark meaning something in ignition circuit failing. You can test coils with resistance VOM meter if you can find the specs. Good luck!
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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