Question about 1989 Suzuki LS 650 Savage
Pull the choke knob all the way out, put the shifter is in neutral, turn the ignition switch to on, make sure the fuel petcock is in the on position, engage the clutch and press the red start button. If it doesn't start in the first 10 seconds let it rest for another 10 seconds before trying again, otherwise you risk running down the battery and/or burning out the starter motor. Pulling in the clutch engages the auto-decompress to make it easier to start the engine. Once it starts let it run for about 30 seconds and slowly ease in the choke to the middle position. If it starts to stumble pull the choke back out for a while longer. Once the engine cylinder jug is warm but not uncomfortably hot you can push the choke knob all the way in.
Posted on Nov 03, 2014
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