Question about Suzuki Motorcycles
Sometimes a battery cable (near the cable terminal end at the battery) can get acidic corrosion (the "crud" that some batteries get on the terminals) in the wires under the insulated outer layer, and the individual cable strands can start breaking.
Posted on Feb 12, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bad regulator and starter
Who told you to test your R/R that way? When you're testing the stator by looking for resistance between the yellow wires and ground do you get 0 or do you get no reading/infinite? If you get 0 the stator is bad. There's a PDF here: http://www.electrosport.com/technical-resources/library/diagnosis/pdf/fault-finding-diagram.pdf If you use this diagram you won't have to ask us any questions other than where do I get xxx part?,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: Bike won't start
so where did you find the bad ground, and if I wire the negitive side directly to the frame can that be a permanant fix? Myne is doing the exact same thing
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Sounds like a loose wire in the battery box somewhere. Or even under the seat is where the wires run after leaving the battery box.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
Ok simple things first have you checked the fuse if so does it have light hor & indicators I so youwill more than likely find that you have in your words fried the starter solonoid be sure to check all the wireing it could be fried any where electrical burns are usualy easaly located but sometimes the hide you will need to be diligent in yor search all the best.Geoff
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
HI, LETS REMEMBER THE STARTER RELAY IS ONLY A MAGNETIC SWITCH, WHICH WHEN THE STARTER SWITCH IS PRESSED IT OPENS THE CIRCUIT AND ALOWS 12V DC TO COMPLETE THE CIRCUIT TO THE STARTER MOTOR, IF YOU BRIDGE THE 2 THICK WIRES AT THE STARTER RELAY WITH THE IGNITION SWITCHED ON, 1 COMES FROM THE BATERY, AND THE OTHER GOES TO THE STARTER MOTOR, AND YOU HAVE SUFICIANT POWER IN YOUR BATTERY THE ENGINE WILL TURN OVER AND START, THUS ELIMINATING THE RELAY, IF THE STARTER DOES NOT TURN OVER THE ENGINE WHEN YOU DO THIS IT IS LIKELY THE STARTER MOTOR ITSELF IS NOT WORKING CORRECTLY, YOU COULD ALWAYS REMOVE THE WIRE FROM THE RELAY AND PUT IT MOMENTARILY DIRECT TO THE POS SIDE OF THE BATTERY, INSTEAD OF BRIDGING AT THE RELAY, REMEMBER THAT IF THE BIKE RUNS WHEN YOU JUMP START IT, THEN THE PROBLEM IS WITH THE STARTING SIDE , AND NOT THE IGNITION SIDE AS THE IGNITOR IS CONECTED TO THE IGNITION SIDE REPLACING THIS WOULD BE A WASTE OF FUNDS. THESE MACHINES ALSO HAD PROBLEMS EARLY ON WITH STARTER MOTORS & THE STARTER CLUTCH, WHICH IS A ONE WAY CLUTCH LOCATED IN THE LH ENGINE COVER ALONG WITH THE AC GENERATOR
Posted on Nov 29, 2010
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