Question about 2004 Honda CRF 250 R
Hi there... Here is some food for thought.... If you have good spark, good fuel and compression , check the rectifier, If this is faulty you will get the same symptom's The rectifier is generally located under the seat and is one of the first things coming off the battery, ITs primary function is to control the power coming from the battery to supply a steady and cleaner power supply to all electronic components so.. you may have spark but your timing will be either lagged or premature before the spark can ignite it. ITs generally not an expensive part and is usually over looked in most cases like this...
Posted on May 14, 2009
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