Question about 2001 Suzuki GSX-R 1000
Bike starts great cold, but when the temperature goes above 160 or 170 and I try to restart the bike it won't start until it cools down.
Check the coolant sensor.Probably reads to the ECU that the engine is cold while it is not and the ECU injects more fuel that it should.Unscrew the coolant sensor (it is located on the cylinder head or on the thermostat casing) and boil it in water and measure it's resistance before (cold) and after boiling it (hot).It should not be the same.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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