Question about 2006 Bajaj Chetak
Other than a broken connector, as long as the exhaust isn't crushed or clogged by the impact, there is nothing to worry about and no problems will result from it
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bajaj Chetak ignition not firing
Hi JKells, No spark is probably either the coil or the CDI. CDI is the Capacitor Discharge Ignition unit. This is located beneath the battery-side cowl, forward of the battery. It is a black box about half the size of a cigarette pack, with two wire harnesses that plug into two seperate terminals. It mounts in a rubber sleeve to protect it from vibration. To test the CDI you will need an electrical multi-tester, cheap from Radio Shack, Home Depot, Lowes, local hardware store, etc. Multitester must have Resistance Mode, or Ohms setting. Hit Argo USA website, Technical page for resistance values chart. Kind of self-explains how to run test. Some values will probably show normal, others may be all over the map. If all values show in-range, aim for coil. This is assuming you have replaced the spark plug, (with Champion L87YC). Possible also, may not have good contact through ignition (key) switch/engine kill switch. Be sure battery is strong, if weak it will crank engine, but not have enough amperage to also power ignition. Hit me back, Good Luck. Ratchet,,,Sqream Scooter Club.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
SOURCE: My 2002 Bajaj Chetak has
Sorry, Battery hooked up right?
Sounds like a ground fault of some sort, Try looking again for cracked or rubbed wires, Some time they can be hard to distinguish, check ground leads as well, rust, corrosion, loose connections, stuff of that nature. Could also be a faulty CDI, but this is very unusual tha it would cause ground faults,
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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