Question about 2000 kawasaki ZX-9 R Ninja
Posted by Anonymous on
Sounds like you have an issue with spark plugs or coil packs. Check the coil packs are correctly pushed onto the plugs. If they are take out the plugs and check their condition. If all seems fine start the engine and run it for a while then check the down pipes of the exhaust (carefully) to see if they are all equally hot. A cooler pipe will show it isn't firing on all cylinders. If one is cooler go back to the coil packs and swap them around noting which came from where. Then repeat the test again. If a different pipe is cooler replace the faulty coil pack.
If the sparks and coils are not the issue, it will likely be an issue with the carbs. You could try a fuel treatment to clean them out or manually clean them if you are confident enough. Also check the obvious - battery terminals are they tight and clean.
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