Question about Yamaha MT-03 Motorcycles
Engine won't start(engine light symbol on the dashboard) the cable that goes to the switch gives electricity on both plugs (it should give only at the one) i have washed it with a lot of water a lot of times these 2 weeks and it was doing some weird things on the dashboard like opening the light symbols and moving the RPM meter on its own. After that some dirty water fell on my bike from a roof and it just blacked out. On-Off it was the same. The bike was on or off no mater the switch position. And it just shut down in the middle of the road and didn't start again
Definitely sounds like a short circuit, particularly since you're getting battery voltage at the ground terminal on the switch. With that kind of short, it's very possible your battery may have gotten damaged, or at least drained, while driving.
Posted on Jul 16, 2013
Testimonial: "well,we tried another battery too but the problem still insisted. Now one friend of mine told me that it might me the immobilizer of the key and that i should try reseting the bike with the RED key."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Electrical Issue
Had the same problem. I had to remove battery, take apart the battery terminals, sand them a little, then put it all back together. Make sure the screw on the front of the terminal holding the inner bar in place if very tight. Have had no problem ever sense. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
You will need to remove the front fairing and locate the loose connection or bare wire,Once fairing is removed,you can locate by turning the power on and touching each connector until the power comes on or goes off,Then just fix the loose connection or bare wire without removing anything else.
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Posted on Jan 29, 2009
SOURCE: 1995 Vulcan 800 clutch problem?
1..Remove the air cleaner to see that it is setting right on the carb. 2..Check to see that there are no vacuum lines disconnected on the cabe or anywhere else. 3..Check to see that the accelerator pump linkage on the carb is not disconnected or broken firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
You need some carb work (or should I say fuel delivery system?) on this classic motorcycle. You might get away with using some fuel injector cleaner - I would try this first - to dlean the carb (fuel delivery system)
How is your gas? Fresh?
It can be frustrating to try to solve this type problem. Good luck. You can always take it to the Honda Shop ... it is getting colder now, ya know.
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Posted on Nov 11, 2009
Testimonial: "helped, thanks... i am have some sea foam in the tank already and am just trying to avoid a carb cleaning... thanks a lot... we'll see what happens."
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