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The bike will not start i have cleaned the card and replaced spark plug. throttle cable is stuck

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Hi chdcarter83,
The throttle cable is stuck...its easy to release it, remove it from the bike , thn pour in WD-40 or W-80 or any other penetrating oil between the outer cable and the inner cable by holding it up right,make sure you dont over fill it to drip on to the outside of the cable,if you have a bench vice fasten it (the outercable of the stronger part not tht hard just for youto be able to operate the inner by trying to push it in -out while its up right, by time the WD40.80 should be seen dripping down between the outer and the inner cable you will probabely see rust pouring out below contniue doing so until theres frsh oil dripping and by then your bike's throttle cable should be opareting freely.

Hope this works!

Knight.(Yamaha Seca XJ750A 1981)

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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Is there a safety switch on yumbo bikes to keep it from starting with the start button


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May 30, 2012 | 2004 Yumbo Dakar 200

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My Yumbo Dakar 200cc bike dies after riding in 5th gear reving medium-highish for a couple of minutes, it usually just dies after i hit the clutch (coasting), but on long runs @ around 50-60mph in 5th gear...


G'day,
I have a couple of ideas what may help.
First I would think it was starving for fuel.Or maybe an unusual ignition system fault- So how do we find out?
Well-you could try checking the bike for spark immediately after the bike stops.
Remove the spark plug-Re-fit to the cap-place plug resting on metal where you can see it(DO NOT HOLD PLUG-HIGH VOLTAGE)-kick over & check for spark.If theres no spark-try a new plug but if the problem persists then the bike has a faulty ignition(coil,cap,plug,stator.ignition/kill switch,wireing)
I think it is more likely starving for fuel.
A faulty fuel tank filler cap vent or carby vent tube pinched or blocked.
To check the filler cap-ride the bike & when the problem just starts-quickly crack open the fuel tank filler cap to let air in/out. If bike runs ok then the cap is blocked.
To check the carby vents -just look at them & make sure none are blocked or pinched.They usually come from each side of the carby & one from the bottom(usually clear or semi-clear hoses).
I hope that this helps you with your problem.
Regards Andrew Porrelli

May 17, 2011 | 2004 Yumbo Dakar 200

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2003 Yumbo Dakar Motorcycle -only 527 miles - will not start!!!


  • Nice looking bike. Yumbo Dakar is not a bike I have ever worked on but I will try to help.Remove the air filter and look into the carb as you twist the throttle. Does the slide open and close as it should? Open the slide and spray starter fluid into the carb bore as the electric starter is used. Not starting? NEXT >
  • Drain the carb just to see that it is filling with gas.
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Aug 14, 2009 | 2004 Yumbo Dakar 200

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I have a 2005 yumbo cruiser street bike the oil drain area is crosstreaded what can I do to fix this


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and the other is the go to your local auto parts store and

ask for a Oil-Tite Self Tapping Oil Drain Plug .

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Mar 27, 2009 | 2004 Yumbo Dakar 200

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Yumbo wont start


• The first thing to do with ANY engine that has sat for any longer than a couple of months is to dump ALL the fuel in the tank and carb(s). ALL OF IT !! You'll want to refill with some high priced fuel that has fuel system cleaners (Like Chevron with Techron) not becasue you need high-test fuel, but because you need the cleaners. It's ether that or disassemble the carbs and clean out jets you can't find much less see. Your choice. The carb kits alone will cost you about $50 so a tank of high-test is looking pretty good, huh?

• Now the fact that you tried to crank the engine with old fuel has fouled the sparkplugs. Go buy a new sparkplug.

• If your bike has a vacuum fuel valve, then you'll also need to set the valve to "Prime".

Mar 21, 2009 | 2004 Yumbo Dakar 200

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2003 Yumbo Dakar 200 Motorcycle


Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Interesting, could not find any service information either. And have not had the chance to work on one.

In any case, your post "Any advice?", since battery is new, then there would only be 2 possibilities (aside from the fuse & wiring):
voltage regulator; and/or
stator windings.
The voltage regulator as the name implies regulate the voltage coming from the stator/alternator. It also converts the AC into DC to charge the battery and supply the electrical requirement of the bike when the engine is running. Most voltage regulators would look like the image below.
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The stator windings are the coil inside where the magneto spins inside either. It is the alternator of the bike and produces the AC voltage that supplies the regulator. A stator would look like the image below. The red coil of copper wires.
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Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

Jan 04, 2009 | 2004 Yumbo Dakar 200

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I noticed sparks coming from the exhaust of my Ford 500. It has under 30,000 miles & i had an oil change a few days ago.


Welcom to fixit.com your 2004 Yumbo Dakar 200 Motorcycle has sparks comming from ehaust.... it could be metal from your engine,I know it sounds dumb but did you check the oil,make sure they put it back in, or it could just be you spark arrester starting to fall apart. Hope this helps !

Dec 17, 2008 | 2004 Yumbo Dakar 200

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