Question about kawasaki Motorcycles
New plugs installed, fuel system appears to be ok
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if it is open loop ( O2 sensors) check the sensor condotion, connections etc.
Reload the files onto the Power Commander, insure they are the exact files for your ride, the wrong files can affect operation and gum up the O2 sensors.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
check for leaks around the exhaust headers,mine did what yours is doing,i replaced the copper exhaust seals in the head(exhaust ports),air is getting into your exhaust system and it mixes with the unburnt fuel and ignites causing the backfire,i replaced copper seals(about $2nz each) and problem went away
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
I doubt that jump starting your machine would have cooked your fuel pump.Does the machine still turn over if not you may have cooked the E.M.U if so the easiest way to check the fuel pump is to unplug it from the loom useing two suitable lengths of wire conect the pump directly to the battery if the the pump emits hum it is working & you will need to check your wireing for possible burns you say the fuses all checked ok I can only assume that you only cheked the fuses by eye in which case it is not allways easy to tell a fuse is blown by visual inspection the only proof positive way is with a multimeter. Another simple test is to bridge the fuse holder first remove the fuse then useing a short piece of wire (no more than fifteen amp you dont want cook the system if there is a fault elsewhere) bare the wire at each end & place it in where the fuse normaly resides turn on the Ignition if the pump comences to function discard offending fuse insert a new one & of you go. hope you are in the wind again soon
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
you didnt mention anything to do with the carbs so try some "Sea foam".... purchase at Autozone ($10) pour 1/3 can to two gallons fuel and drive it around for a good 10 to 15 miles and get on it once in awhile, ride safe..if the carbs are dirty or clogged... they wont be after your ride..there might be a little hesitation your first couple of miles till it starts to work..it took my bike 10 miles before it cleared out..bump start your bike if you have to to get it going and keep it going till it clears up.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
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