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Rebuilt 2002 suzuki vl800 caeb.seat was sticking.put in new plugs and thay have black film and i just put in.what do i do now. please help

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You installed something wrong in the carbs..or the connections. Install a new air filter and have a professional redo what you did.

Posted on Jul 01, 2014

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    Steve P Jul 16, 2014

    I completly agree with the previous advice. A proper valve adjustment then a compression test would also be in order This is what aprofessional would do to help eliminate any issues he has questions about and give a solid foundation to start troubleshooting your bike!

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SOURCE: Speedometer not working on 2002 Suzuki Volusia

Hi there!

I hope i responded quickly. The speedometer needle movement is caused by the speedometer cable that runts to your front wheel's gear unit. Check for the cable that goes near the axle of your front wheel and check that its properly screwed. Put the bike on stand and spin the wheel, if it still doesnt responed. Remove the cable, unscrew it near the front wheel axle first and try spinning the small "squared wire" inside, if you still can't get any action on the speedometer. Then chances are either your speedometer cable is cut in the middle or the speedometer display is jammed (unlikely). Remove the cable from the speedometer unit and check that it is freely rotating. Oil it and put back.
Next, we need to check for the gear near the axle of your front wheel. Screw the speedometer cable to the gear unit near the axle with the other end removed from the speedometer unit. Spin the wheel and check that the inner cable is responding or spinning.. If it doesnt, then your speedometer gears are worn out. Disassemble the front wheel and bring the gear assembly to the nearest parts dealer for purchase. Normally, they don't sell a repair kit so you'll need to purchase the whole gear assembly.

whichever the case, either you purchase a speedometer cable or the gear unit. Seldom will the speedometer unit be destroyed.

pardon me for not organizing this response as you were requesting a quick solution .. so i answered as quick as i could... hehe. Hope this helps!

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SOURCE: I have a 2002 Suzuki VL800, vibration problems

you may want to join (it's free) www.volusiariders.com its an internet forum for VL800 owners.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Clutch adjustment. Works fine except

I have had this problem myself, it sounds as that you need to have the clutch changed. The pad are more than likely worn and the plates might be burnt and warped, but you might get lucky and just have to replace the pads, but plan for the worse. Adjusting will only prolong the need to replace and it wont last long and will cause more expense.

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