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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: motorbike (kawasaki el 250) not
Hi and welcome to FixYa,
Initially and in response to your queries, a couple of ideas to consider:
Incidentally, you might as well pulldown and clean the carbs. Completely dis-assemble and soak non-rubber parts in carb cleaner. The idea is to descale / remove the varnish like film coating that would have developed from the stale gas. This would also ensure that the idle jets is not clogged. Note how many turns the air idle mix (pilot) screw is set to.
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Posted on Dec 17, 2009
SOURCE: 1988 Kawasaki 250 El Eletrical
You might try to check the horn first by shortcircuiting it ( two leads from the battery.) If the horn itself works , find your way up: check with your contact switched on, the wires that lead to the horn by using a small light bulb or an Voltmeter: if you push the horn button, the licht should go on or the voltmeter should read 12 v.. If not , check the horn switch itself, there could be some corrosion. Good luck , allways a puzzle , the electricity..
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
SOURCE: how do i remove the
First gain accses by removing as much as poss to make it easy for yourself, you may benefit from undoing the securing bolts for the airbox and pull it back gentl after undoing the clip securing the rubber hose, undo the cables for the throttle, having first noted the amount of free play on the throttle twistgrip, then undo the clip conecting the front of the carb to the cylinderhead, remove any hoses which may prevent removal, also unclip tickover addjusment holder if applicible and then gently pull the carb from the rubber
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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Tips for a great answer:
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Fig. Starter mounting-1.5L and 1.6L engines
# Desconecte el cable negativo de la bater?a.
# Retire los 2 tornillos superiores del m?ltiple de admisi?n soporte.
# Desconecte las conexiones el?ctricas de arranque.
# Retire los 2 tornillos de arranque superior.
# Retire el tubo de escape.
# Retire el menor consumo m?ltiple de perno soporte y el soporte.
# Retire el perno inferior de arranque y el arrancador.
Contrariamente a lo que est? escrito en los manuales Chilton, NO HAY NECESIDAD DE RETIRAR EL SISTEMA DE ESCAPE PARA CAMBIAR EL MOTOR DE ARRANQUE!
Suerte (recuerde calificar esta ayuda).
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