Question about Harley Davidson Motorcycles
Bike was running and stalled would not start checked plugs and leads seem ok replaced coil still wont start
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Get a BRAND NEW plug and recheck for spark. Be sure plug is grounded to engine. By the way, FTjoe (above) has some very good questions. The sator is not involved here. The dealer can check the CDI usually for free.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
SOURCE: my keeway wont start
Check the fuses. Is the kill switch on or shorting out? Disconnect it and then check for spark. Sidestand/centerstand should be up, Got a good battery?
I am unfamiliar with your Keeway and just trying to help. Don't give me a bad rating if I miss the mark on this one. Thanks.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
SOURCE: honda cbr 600 wont start
hi, each lead has the specific number on it. if you do this correctly then they genrally give you an idea to where the sit in the coils( the way they bend :-) ) also i believe the coils are better off been attached to the frame once you are sure leads are in corect order and possitioned correctly in the coils.i just presumed the coils neaded earthing. make sure battery is pleny charged as a bad battery can just hinder. it is also very easy to flood the bike so just check the plugs again. if they are unusually wet then dry them off and try again . otherwise maybe try cleaning all electics.
hope this somehow helped
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
This sounds more like a lean fuel condition than ignition. If it was stored over the winter without the gas being drained or a fuel stabilizer being added, you'll likely have varnish build-up in the fuel system that is not allowing sufficient fuel flow. If your engine is fuel injected, it's likely your injector is partially clogged. If it's carbureted, your carb jets may be partially clogged or your carb float may be sticking and not allowing the needle valve to fully open. Fill the gas tank with fresh gasoline, but leave enough room for a can of Sea Foam. The Sea Foam may be able to break up the deposits and allow fuel to flow again. However, there's no guarantee and the fuel system may have to be disassembled to be cleaned.
Posted on May 05, 2009
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