Question about 2009 Honda ST1300 Pan European
Drive bike in garage when I want to start it again the starter is just spinning the engine with no sign of starting I suspect maybe a blown fuse is it possible or normal on ST1300?
Maybe no gas? Don't laugh, it happened to me once.
Switch tank to reserve if there is one. Try adding gas. when the bike is leaning over it may not feed with an extremely low tank.
Posted on Apr 13, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: starting problems
Have you fully charged the battery? Have you cleaned the lugs that connect to the battery and the battery terminals at that same place? I went to start my daughters 96 cbr900 on Thursday and had to charge the battery and noticed how dark or oxidized the terminals and cable lugs were and cleaned them before re attaching after charging the battery. It may also be a build up of carbon (?) on the starter switch itself caused by arcing and that wuld add resistance to the circuit impeding the amperage and voltage to get to the starter.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
I had the same problem with my 636. It turned out to be just a cable problem. Try to see if all the electric cables work correctly and connected.
Posted on May 11, 2009
Strangely enough, the starter switch (at your right hand) controls both headlights and starter. When you press the switch, the headlight goes off to provide more power for the starter. If something happened to that switch, it could possibly cause your problem.
If you have a wiring diagram, you can test the switch with a ohmmeter or test light.
If it's not the switch, some of the related wiring may be the problem.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
your bike has three different fuel delivery methods...choke , low speed or pilots in the old days, and main fuel rails or mains in the carb days. your choke or idle circuit is not working. on fuel injected bikes you have a relay which you need to get checked to see if it's a possible contributor. best to take to honda dealer and they can diagnose the problem. hope that helped a little sir.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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