Question about Gilera Nexus 500 Motorcycles
Try testing the voltage in the battery should be around the 13 volt mark. Remove battery from bike (undo negative lead first) and see if battery will charge. Do not use a car charger it will damage the battery. Use a charger that has an out put of less than 1 amp, if the battery accepts the charge leave it for a few hours. Refit the battery to the bike (connect positive lead first). If this does not work try looking at fuses could be one or more have blown. A few afterthoughts come to mind 1. do you have an engine run/stop switch and is it in the run position. 2. does the clutch lever have to be operated to start the bike. 3 is the bike in neutral.
Posted on Jan 03, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It could be a wheel balance problem, engine misbalance due to poor firing on one or more cylinders or a wheel bearing. Place the bike on a paddock stand to check for wheel balance and wheel bearing errors.
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
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