Question about 1991 Yamaha FZR 1000
Pulled plug wire and spark plug to see if I was getting spark and answer was no
Test light to battery positive, check for signal to coil (flickering) if not suspect faulty stator.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I hate to tell you this but, if the bike sat for a year with gas in it after the carb work, it'll likely need another carb cleaning. Crying or Very sad Over time, gas in the carbs turns to varnish and gum which clogs up the passages. What makes you think the starter is not working right, Kar? Does it sound funny, or what? About the compression test, you'll need a compression gauge - most automotive parts retailers have them. It's a small gauge with a flexible hose that you screw into the spark plug hole.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: 1991 fzr 600 no spark
you dont need your clutch to start the bike in neutral, the only wire goin near your clutch should be for your horn. the clutch is cable activated on the fzr, if you have no spark check your basics, fuse's relays and such. on the fzr there is two sets of fuses the four under your seat and then relays and one single fuse under the back plastic (left hand side if sitting on the bike). then the next easiest would be to check your wire's they need tune up's just like cars. other than that you are basically left with the digital ignitor or your coils, if you have power goin to your coils what about after them ??? Also the kickstand safety is only when the bike is put into gear it will shut off the bike if stand is down.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
how long did you let it sit for with gas in the carbs, you may have clogged up your jets. after awile gas will break down and turn into varnish, if your bike trys to push the varnish through the system it will clog the jets. try to take off your seat then remove your plastic over the gas tank. remove the gas tank and you will see four bowls *silver ones right next to where the gas tank is on the carbs*. your bowls are in sets of two. there are drain screws on the bowls to remove the gas inside. remove the 16 screws holding the bowl onto the carb. *4 on each* inside you will see your floats and jets. carefully loosen the jets with a screw driver then finish unscrewing them by hand, they are brass and very soft. you should be able to hold up the jets to the light and see a small pin hole. if not get some carb cleaner and give them a squirt and blow them out. do not try to use anything to clean them out, they are very very sensitive and one knick will change the jet. after that i would spray some carb cleaner up the jet holes and try to clean them out also. if you have a compressor it would be wise to use that to blow out the gunk from the jet holes as well. after you run threw all 8 jets put them back together and see how it goes, if nothing you may have to check the jets again and if clogged again your carbs are gunked up and will need to be cleaned
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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