Question about 2008 kawasaki Ninja 250R
I washed my 2011 kawasaki ninja 250r and now she wont start. she started right up to move to the back yard, and again right after washing started fine, 30 or so minute later (attempting to go to the store) she wont start! opened her up to help dry any wet electrical comp and used a hair dryer as well.....still no go. tried to push start.....YES! she started up, but once turned off no restart from the switch...just push, i changed out the ignition switch throttle set up from my brothers 2010 ninja 250 , and still no go! also....when we got the bike started by push start and push the starter switch their is no grind from the starter from either my switch housing or the one we tried from my brothers bike. could this be the starter or a ignition switch issue
Does it turn over when trying to start? If no then it could be the starter, switch, or battery. Sounds like the starter, especially if you tried another switch.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if the bike has a ignition control module when it gets hot it will open and shut you bike off. when it cools down it will close letting the bike start.if you a theift device you may want to disarm it.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
I am not familiar with Kawasaki's but with Suzukis you need to hold the clutch before yuo can start it. If this is the case and you are, then it might be the switch is defective or the wire has come loose. It might also be worth checking the kill switch is in the run position. The humming noise is the fuel pump priming and is normal
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
your lights should always work with the key in on position for safety reasons, eg if you had to pull over and it was dark you would turn the engine off but would still need lights.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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