Question about 2011 KTM SX 350 F
Bike turns over but doesn't start, the fault code of the 'FI' light tells me that it is the crank angle sensor. I would like to know where the sensor is and how to test and repair the fault?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on May 23, 2009
SOURCE: set on 08 ktm 450 sxf Cam timing
It could be a faulty coil inside the magneto, wrong timing or a problem ranging from cdi unit, wiring from the former up to the spark plug.Sometimes the cap that sits on the spark plug could cause this.Basically you are having a firing problem, which means combustion chamber is not getting the right spark for proper combustion.Sometimes even an improper ground from chassis to engine could be the cause of this problem.Hope this helps.Any questions then please ask..O I forgot, try a different spark plug,sometimes these could cause this problem.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
rent a compression tester from autozone and check compression if compression is down pour one cap of oil into cylinder through spark plug hole and check again. if ring or piston is bad or cylinder is marred then compression will go up with oil in cylinder if up top it wont change. ne more questions email firstname.lastname@example.org will walk ya through it if need be.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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