I have a 1994 kawasaki zzr400 streetfighter,up until today it was
starting fine,today its went totally dead when i tried to start
it-nothing happened,the back light,the clock lights,the brake light and
indicators are all working fine,headlamps wont come on and engine wont
fire up,theres nothing coming from the engine at all,no noise,no turn
over,no trying to fire up etc,just dead,please anybody any ideas?
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Count the digits until you reach the 10th one. This is the year designator. This number will be either 1 through 9 or A through Y (excluding I, O, Q and U)
Determine the year of the motorcycle. VIN years started in 1971 with the number "1", then went to "2" in 1972, "3" in 1973, and so on. In 1980, the digit switched to "A" and then went through the alphabet until it got back to "1" in 2001 and then "A" in 2010. Therefore, if the 10th digit is "R," you can determine your bike was made in 1994.
You need to take the carburetors apart and clean the thorough, put a new fuel filter, fresh fuel, full charge the battery and use a new spark plug. Most likely it will start.What model is this 2001 Kawasaki 250 exactly?
The flashing FI is telling you that the Fuel Injection computer has detected a problem in the system. Some problems are minor (dirty air filter) and the computer will still allow the bike to run. Some problems are major (plugged up injectors) and the computer will not allow the engine to start. You will need to have a dealer check the computer diagnostic reading to find out where the problem is. Can I get a “very helpful” rating on this answer?
check starter solenoid.see if getting power to starter side when pressing button .if yes check if power to starter w/ test light when pressing button.if power there check starter,also motor, will it turn manually or is it seized.if no power to starter side of solenoid, jump across solenoid posts w/ a large screwdriver -motor will probaly turn over,w/ key on.if small wire to solenoid has power when pressing start,solenoid bad,if no power, wiring or start button bad.