Question about 1989 Yamaha FZR 250 R
The bike was dropped at slow speed(on its right hand alternator side) and has never started since, it has compression, fuel and spark but still will not even fire. have checked the timing chain and it has not slipped and is still in good condition. we also thought to check the resistance from the alternator to the cdi but the books in Japanese. the resistance was .246amp i think if it helps.
cant find a manual in English as it was never bought to Australia.my father in law is a mechanic and thinks that it is electrical but where is the question? any ideas would be greatly appreciated! cheers steve
Check the wires goin to the on off switch and the ones goin to the levers you probably have a stretched wire
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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