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Can you hold the metal part of the clip that clips on the spark plug an 8th of an inch from the spark plug while the spark plug is in place and try to start it and look or have a friend look and see if when your trying to start it can you see a spark sparking inbetween the space between the topside of th spark plug and the metal part of the sparkplug wire ? if you see a spark then its not electrical its probably a fuel flow issue or mabey a carburator issue,, anyway thats a way to eliminate variouse issues.. thanks,..
Posted on Jan 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
sounds like you have a bad neutral switch. the neutral switch is activated by the sidestand as well as the clutch lever.
Posted on May 23, 2010
SOURCE: would like to know how
There is a drain plug in the pan, it's the large bolt on the bottom of the engine. Remove it, and oil will flow out. You may also want to remove the oil cooler lines, if equipped, and replace the copper washers, if equipped.
Also remove the filter and replace it.
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
YOU WILL FIRST WANT THE ENGINE HOT SO ALL THE OIL IN THE ENGINE WILL BE NICE AND THIN, 1ST PLACE THE MACHINE ON A SUTABLE PADOCK STAND AS THIS WILL AID REMOVAL AND GIVE SUITABLE CLEARENCE UNDER THE ENGINE FOR A CLEAN CONTAINER, WITH THE CONTAINER UNDER THE ENGINE TAKING CARE NOT TO BURN YOURSELF ON THE ENGINE OR ANY OTHER HOT PARTS OF THE BIKE , FIND A SUITABLE SPANER OR SOCKET, 17MM, SOME OF THE OLDER 1S USED A 14MM, REMOVE THE OIL DRAIN PLUG, IT MAY BE TIGHT,IT IS LOCATED UNDER THE BIKE AT THE LOWEST POINT ON THE ENGINE, THE OIL WILL BE HOT AND THIN AND MAY COME OUT QUITE QUICKLY SO TAKE CARE NOT TO SPILL ANY ON YOUR SELF. CLEAN AND INSPECT THE SUMP PLUG FOR DAMAGE TO THE SEALING WASHER, REPLACE IF IN DOUBT, REPLACE THE PLUG AND TIGHTEN ACCORDINLY DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN THIS AS DAMAGE MAY OCURE TO THE SUMP, WHEN YOU ARE SATISFIED ALL THE ABOVE WORK IS DONE YOU CAN THEN REPLACE THE ENGINE OIL, WITH THE CORECT AMOUNT AND GRADE FOR THE MACHINE, START AND RUN ENGINE, THEN AFTER A couple of miniuts RE CHECK THE OIL LEVEL, EASY JOB, SOME AMOUNT OF FINNESS REQUIRED.DONT RUSH THIS JOB.
Posted on Aug 10, 2010
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