Question about 2006 Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana)
Okay I'll go for a rideand then I'll get back home turn the bike off and then try to turn it right back on it will not start. When I push the start button there's no clicks no noises at all.the headlights are onand not dim at all. but if I let it sit overnight I'll come back in the morning and it'll start right up. What the heck is going on?
Found other end of fuel pump lead at fuel stop relay
relay to be replaced to energise fuel pump thanks to my friend
Posted on Nov 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's most likely the connection to the battery. The screws dont tighten in well and you get the famous clicking....I replaced the stock philips screws with a hex bolt and after two years of trying to solve the problen have been starting everytime for the past year no problems. Another gie away is the intermitant starting problem gets worse when wet.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
Check that the clutch is in, kick stand up, and neutral light ablaze. Then try your start button. When you had it running and hit the button, the starter engaged at a slower speed then the bike engine was turning, which led to the stall. The stall means your starter works. If the starter works when the engine is running then it is wiring. Check your kick stand wiring along with the clutch wires which plug in on the handlle bar or where the clutch cable enters the engine.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
dont know if you got the answer from someone who knows what the hell they are talking about cause obviously these idiots never owned a 96 s-rad. the problem is that your engine is loading up with fuel and basically vapor locking the engine witch you could also call severely flooding it. you have a carb problem as do i and if a real mechanic comes on and reads our problem please let us know how to solve... thank you
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
Same problem here ... 2008 C90T ... dealer no help ... in 3rd or 4th, ignition off, force it to roll backwards until you hear the piston shift ... should start then. Told it's the rear piston stopping at or near top dead center, but also told adjust the decompression will "solve" the issue; anyway, a rolling forward-start in 4th will work, too, otherwise try rolling the bike backwards until you hear, and you will know when the piston moves and then it will start.
Posted on May 25, 2010
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