Question about 2004 Bajaj Caliber 115
The chain loosening is a common problem in bajaj bikes.
you need to work it on your own.
what you can do is stop accelerating suddenly on the initial pick ups..it jerks the chain more and it goes loosened.
@ pick up problem,their may be a number of problems.
it may be carbon on ur engine head.
OR your silencer is choking
OR your carburettor needs to be fixed again..
OR your piston rings need to be changed.
these are the major defects which usualy come.
Hope it works..:))
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
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