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Whenever i my starting my bike and after putting first gear it moves like fuel is not reaching to the engine. it happens in every gear. after half an hour or so it continues. i m facing this problem s

Pulsar 180 model dec 2011 12500 kms running

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You may have a clogged fuel line. Suggest getting a tune-up.

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The bike is 6 months old, or the chain/sprockets? Either way, sounds like you need a clutch.

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I have bajaj pulsar 150CC 2003 Model. Since last few months (3-4) months I am facing problem with my bike. Whenever I speed up around 40-60, bike starts to wobble. I feel like I might loose balance, after the speedometer reaches 65 KMPH it moves with no wobbling. I got my bike checked from the mechanic from whom I had got all the servicing done so far. He said there is no problem, but I could feel it. Can anyone tell what could be the problem and how to fix it.

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SOURCE: i have old splendour of 2002 model. HAVING PROBLEM OF MISSED FIRE

A misfire can be caused by a bad spark plug, wire, or coil, or bad timing, or not enough gas or bad idle mixture.

The symptom is common on cars that have bad compression in a cylinder, as well.

Good luck on this repair.

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please change the spark plug first as its life is over...dont listen to the mechanic and the battery should be in good condition

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SOURCE: I have a Bajaj Pulsar 150cc bought in 2007. I

Start at you battery and work back towards your ignition inspecting each and every harness connector...disconnect, clean with electric contact cleaner, apply a small amount of dielectric grease and reconnect, even the connectors under the seat. Take your time and it will be worth the effort. Check all the grounds too.

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