Question about Motorcycles
Three possible issues: Bad battery won't hold a charge or rapidly loses a charge. Bad charging system/ alternator. Current draw on the battery when turned off. Use a multimeter to check voltage on battery terminals when it is running. You should see at least 13 volts. Fully charge the battery for about 6 hours, unplug it from the charging system, and then check the battery voltage. It should be at least 12.0 volts, actually a bit higher. If your ammeter can handle it, you could test for current when it is turned off. You want the reading to be 0 or very close to zero,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
think most bikes time from the statas plate behind fly wheel , bikes ive worked on have a woodruf key and the flywheel slides on that to stop fly wheel spining on crank
Posted on May 08, 2009
There's a procedure to recode new keys, so the immobilizer let's you use the new key, if (and only if) you have the master key (red). Look at this PDF:
Look for "Setting the Circuit" in the PDF.
Posted on Aug 21, 2012
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