Question about Honda Activa Motorcycles
You've probably seized the engine. As it runs, the metal parts heat up and expand. With no oil to lubricate and cool the moving parts inside it, they jam together. Take your motorcycle to a dealer or mechanic. They may be able to salvage the engine. If not, you need a new engine.
Posted on Oct 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi m8,,took a look at this pretty pic u have and thought i add one of these,,see wot the prob is,,hope im not gonna be the bringer of bad news mr, seems to me the oil pump in the sump has seized,,while riding it if it felt tight wen it stopped, then that aint good,, but u can change these with out takin the moter out,drain the oil,, sump off and clutch out, to get to the nuts on the oil pump..just means either u lie on the floor and do it, or be lucky and have a ramp,,although u will have to get some 1 to look at the shells on the crank,, or bearings and hope they havent been damaged,,there wont be damage tho if the oil u have drained out doesnt have iron filings in it, ,cheers m8,,
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
SOURCE: ENgine heating
I dont think Zma has a water/oil cooling system,so no point of malfunctioning of radiator and components. and you said you have the oil too.
Ok let me give you some tips,that may help you out.
Check your engine oil level,make sure its upto the mark because if its less,it wont be working efficiently. And if its more,then as the bike reaches high temperature,the oil sump needs space to be grow. As the temperature increases the oil level too increases,so make sure its not more than the maximum level. How old is your machine?? If its too old then that may a problem with the piston rings.,so get it checked. Or their may be carbon accumalated on the engine head. Also go through the exhaust cleaning,your exhaust pipe may be choked.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
Check your jets in your carbs and also could be bad fuel. Poor some sea foam in it and some new fuel and check to see if the inline filter is plugged and check your air filter as well.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
SOURCE: gday. i have a 2011
Hi, remove the point plate, inspect the mechanical advancer for free motion and return. Sometimes the springs get loose and allow too rapid of an advance, so be sure that they are bringing the weights back to rest by themselves.
Mark the point cam on the advancer base, if it is to be removed for cleaning and lubrication, otherwise there is a 50-50 change of installing it backwards which will result in a non-running condition. Once the point plate is reinstalled, reset the initial timing to the F and LF marks respectively. That should take care of the problem. If it doesn't, then there could be issues with gas cap venting, incorrect float level settings (there are at least 3 sets of carb calibrations) and the possibility of an air leak at the intake manifolds or the gasket where they mount to the cylinder head. Repair or replace as necessary.
It is also advisable you take it back to the dealer since it is brand new and they should be it fixed or replace it for you...
Posted on Apr 26, 2011
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