Question about kawasaki Motorcycles
09 250r. Set unmoved for eight months. I removed and charged the battery, put fuel stabilizer in the tank. I get all lights, engine will crank but not fire. Could it be spark plug or bad gas?
Bad gas and I think that you should change the battery as well just to be on the safe side.
Posted on Apr 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have encountered this problem on 3 different occasions. I have had to pull the fuel pump, carefully disassemble the entire thing, using an air hose to clean it out, only to reassemble and reinstall it...tho frustrating and very time consuming, the settlement thats in gas can clog the fuel filter inside the pump causing a major inconvenience. Also when you dismantle your bike take an extra hour and some carburator cleaner and clean out your throttle bodies and fuel lines...90% of FI problems are fuel pump related
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
Sounds like your carb. may be gummed up. Did you start the bike and let the carb. get stabilized fuel into it when you parked it?
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
SOURCE: Fzr 750 won't start
Best guess it that the OHC (Over Head Cam) chain is not timed properly. If too far out of time the pistons can bend the valves and crack the valve guides. Let's hope not. Put a timing light on it while the starter is turning the motor over. If the lines don't match up you had best take a look at the OHC timing.
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Posted on Apr 14, 2009
You have a couple of electrical checks you can do first. Yes this will be somewhat painful. The other item is if you go through these troubleshooting steps you won't be happy if your fuel pumps DOA.
First replace your fuse, I know it may look good, but replace it anyway. Next check your relays, then under your speedo console there is a connector on the tank. If this connector has been unplugged it is very easy to bend the pins inside, check for that. Check for power to the pins. If you have power and still no working pump, then it is an entirely different task and somewhat costly.
A bad fuel pump is not a real fun replacement sometimes it is however not a bad idea to replace the whole ball of wax which can run you about $400 for parts at retail. If you conclude your pump is bad just post with your year and model. Hope this helps,
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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