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Kawasaki klr250 won't start when cold

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  • joe May 11, 2010

    will not start in cold even if using the choke?



    what about if you spray starting fluid into the air filter, will it start?

  • klr dave
    klr dave Sep 13, 2015

    do th easy stuff first try new plug check air filter is clean good spark from ht cap did it do this all of av sudden /havev u checked valves vsince owning the bike

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When was the last time the valves where adusted?klrs are famous for needing inlet valves replaced,when kicking bike over listen for hissing from airbox /exhaust indicating an inlet valve s problem loss of compression when starting

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Need a valve adjustment or and clean your Pilo jet

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Yeah,it starts. I do the same in mine. Or just use a cloth with fuel on it in the back of the carb,as i did before getting the can of spray starting fluid.Btw,if your bike doesnt want to start cold may be a carb problem(lean mixture) or choke not doing its job.

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