Yes you do need to take the tank off, first the seat needs to be removed,then there is a bolt holding the tank, then there are 4 pipes that are with the tank mark down on paper where you av moved them from, so you can replace them back to nornall.
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check the spark plug. if was working fine before i would start there and work your way back from that. clean the spark plug and test on a meter top part to the tip on the electrode. then check the lead then the wire/s into the coil pack
You didn't say for sure what year your 125 is. If it is an older bike '85, the tank has a single bolt at the back. Remove the bolt and shove the tank to the rear of the bike about 2 inches to clear the rubber mounts, then lift upward. See diagram. I haven't worked on any newer 125s but if the picture in the posting is what you have, the seat will probably need to be removed to get to any mounting bolts for the tank.
Hi, i replaced my air filter on my cbr but it wouldn't start for me then i realised that 1 of my fuel lines were not connected properly when i put the fuel tank back on.
After that it was fine, check and make sure that your fuel lines are connected correctly under the fuel tank because they are a tight fit and therefore they can slip off easily if not connected right, you should see that there are 2 thin pipes that connect under the tank and then see if they are connected to the rest of the engine ok, but i'm not sure why it would be overheating on you!