Question about 1984 Honda NS 250 R
Hi, I have a 1984 NS250R that I’m busy putting back together. The problem is I’m not the one who took it apart so now I’m stuck with a couple of loose ends I do not know what goes where
I’m new to working on bikes so please excuse my ignorance.
There is a cable that looks like it’s a clutch cable that comes out from underneath the bike and looks like it needs to be connected on the carburetor somewhere . . . ? I have no idea what this cable does or what it does. Just know it’s not the clutch because the clutch cable goes to the top of the engine and is still connected
Then the bike has a 90degree V motor. On the head of the downward (forward) pointing head the is a round cylinder shape thingy (which I suspect is the water pump) which has to wires coming out (which I suspect is positive and negative) with a rectangular male connector, but I cannot find the female connector for it… can anyone please tell me where it goes to and if I can’t find the female connecter
Where I can rewire this to?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bike wont Start.
You can accidentally UNPLUG the tip sensor if you remove/jar the front fairing. Verify that it is plugged in. If you uninstalled the tip sensor, make sure it is installed in the correct position. Here's the service manual next steps after that check: First thing the SM states when you turn the key and get no fuel pump "noise" is to inspect the fuel pump by measuring the voltage between the terminals. If there is battery voltage, check the main fuse (20A), sub fuse (10A), engine stop switch, fuel cutoff relay (relay box under left middle cowl), engine stop relay, bank angle sensor, and finally, ECM.
Posted on May 06, 2009
Check your ground wire to the frame. Clean and refasten....and find a new mechanic, no excuse for inferior workmanship...Sure sound like a ground problem !......Good Luck to you friend....Tim
Posted on May 10, 2009
i have a 1978 gs1000 it has a cable it did the same thing but i think you may find that there is still a little air in the line look to see if the push rod is worn or just needs to be adjusted
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
sadly norally its not, it normalyy part of the crank case, if so go on part finder to see if you can get that side crank case
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks mate will look on website now "
Your rectifier is the problem .A rectifiers job is to save the wiring from over heating .it will only allow a set & safe voltage through your wiring ,any highter .and the wires will melt .They do break down ,either letting in too much current or to little .The new unit can be tested quite easily .Connect all the wires start bike check the voltage out put from the battery .13.4 volts is the hightest it should go ,no more .
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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