Question about Suzuki Boulevard C90 Motorcycles
All lights work power everywhere starter wioll not engage
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can reset by disconnecting the battery for about half an hour, but the gaskets on the fuel system have been dry for a couple of months, and in turn have shrunk, this would cause the pressure to drop, and you may need to re-tighten all the screws on the feul pump, rail etc. Hope that helps!
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
Sounds like you have a problem with the computer or the FI system on the bike. That is what the (F)uel (I)njection is on for.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
I'm thinking it's either the ignition switch or a fuse.
Try replacing the fuses first...it's easier.
If it's not the fuses feel free to post again and we'll work on the switch,or try alternate ideas.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
I've got a 2006 and just found this while surfing around...
Realistically, diagnosing the problem behind a bike that won't start, can be a frustrating experience, as there are many potential problems that can create the same symptoms. Here are a couple of guidelines to help determine the root of a "labored" starting problem, and by "labored", we mean that the starter motor kicks in and attemps to turn the engine over, but either can't get it over the "hump", or does so with a lot more effort than usual.
If your battery is over two years old, and you CONSISTENTLY have a labored start, then the first suspect will be the battery.
If she starts cold with no problems, but CONSISTENTLY has labored starting while hot, then the charging system should be checked. A grounding rectifier can actually discharge your battery while you ride. The battery can somewhat recover while sitting, so it may well start the bike while its cold, but then not be able to start it after only a few miles of riding.
If everything on the bike seems to be in perfect order, and you OCCASIONALLY have a labored start, or no-start, for no apparent reason, and with no perceived pattern, then very likely, the rear decomp cam is loose. A good test for this is to place the bike in second or third gear when it won't crank, and push it backwards a few inches while in gear, then try again. If it starts then, you definately have a loose rear cam. Pushing the bike backwards while in gear moves the rear piston back off its compression stroke enough to give the system a running start at it when you push the button. This will only happen when the rear cylinder stops on its compression stroke. Therefore, it seems impossible to predict when it won't start. Might be cold, might be hot, might only happen once today, but maybe three times tomorrow...This occasional no-start is the prime indicator that the problem lies with the rear decomp cam. (If the front cam were out of adjustment, it would NEVER start properly, as both cams would then be off their specs.)
---Quoted from http://www.moccsplace.com/images/decomp/decomp.htm
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
Testimonial: "I thought it might be something with the compression stroke as well, it appeared to labor. Finally replaced the starter, hasn't given me a problem sin"
SOURCE: fuel injection light staying on
@C90T K6 Man
I almost feel like your first paragraph is condescending! It is quite absurd to think that we might believe the FI light is telling us something is going extremely well and it wanted to tell us! I can't even think of a name for this site had that been the case!
The rest of your info is awesome though! So, I give you 18 thumbs up! I looked up the part number for the mode selector switch. It shows up as being 13 bucks here. The manual on the other hand is a different story...at least for myself. I wasn't able to find any manual, let alone a Clymer's manual online for my bike. I was able to find one for an '05 C90, but it's not a Clymer. So, gdh6 is in luck. The manual is only 28 bucks here. I'd assume that it details out the trouble codes that would result from utilizing the mode selector switch. Seems like that would be important content NOT to have in a manual.
Yes, I wrote a novel of a post with mostly useless information. The only thing you got were links that took less than one minute via goog. Enjoy! Mwahaha!
Posted on Apr 07, 2010
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