Question about 2003 kawasaki KLR 250
I have a problem with my turn signals. When I start the bike and let it idle, they blink just fine on both sides. All the bulbs light up and flash. When I rev the engine or when I'm riding and going to turn without stopping, they don't flash and just stay on until I turn them off. All of my other lights (tail, brake, headlight) work just fine at all times. What would be causing my problem? Is it a bad voltage regulator, a bad signal flasher, or something else entirely? Please note: this is a 1985 kl250-d, the list for motorcycle make, model, and year is required and only includes 2003-2005.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check starter solenoid.see if getting power to starter side when pressing button .if yes check if power to starter w/ test light when pressing button.if power there check starter,also motor, will it turn manually or is it seized.if no power to starter side of solenoid, jump across solenoid posts w/ a large screwdriver -motor will probaly turn over,w/ key on.if small wire to solenoid has power when pressing start,solenoid bad,if no power, wiring or start button bad.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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The carbs have been balanced but not synchronized? Each of the four carb slides needs to begin to open at the exact same time. Being out of sync can cause your problem. The balance and sync on a four cylinder bike is best done in the shop. If you try it yourself have a fire extinguisher handy. < < I am serious here.
Since the carbs have been cleaned and 'adjusted', I will take the liberty to note the air screw and the idle screw factory settings and how to set them. On each carb, GENTLY turn both screws inward until they LIGHTLY seat. Now turn each screw outward one and one half turns. Now you are back to the stock settings.
If your bike has CDI ignition, the timing is preset and is not adjustable.
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Posted on Mar 29, 2009
well i would try the switch and see and if that doesnt work then check the wiring for a loose connection or ground or maybe it could be as ez as checking the light bulb it might be loose in the socket
Posted on May 26, 2009
A couple of ideas off the top of my head:
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
It sounds like your bike has been sitting in storage for an extended period of time (a year or more) - and the carburetors are plugged up. If this is the case, they will need to be completely disassembled and cleaned out.
If it hasn't been sitting (and the carbs aren't plugged up) then check that all of the normal tune-up items have been performed, especially valve adjustment, oil and filters, spark plugs, etc. If this fails to produce positive results, perform a compression check on the engine. Each cylinder must be able to produce at least 140 psi of compression in order to run and idle properly.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
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