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How to take our carburater from pulser 150 DSTi

This is regarding procedure ,taking out carburater for cleaning as there is no sufficient space to drage out carburater.

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Then you have to move whatever is in the way .

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Sir, i have bajaj pulser 150, i bought in 2007.

Under the clocks are a set of wires. Make sure they are all in place. It sounds like there is a loose connection but once you're moving it fixes itself.

Make sure the earth wires from the battery are secure, a loose or rusty earth wire can cause electrical annoyances.

Hope this helps and vote if you are happy with it.

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try replacing spark plug 1st set at proper gap. next take plug cap off wire by unscrewing it from wire. hold 1/4" from motor and crank. if none, trim 1/8" off wire and retry. your pulser coil could be out. get multimeter, get service manual, find resistance reading,unplug stator/pulser coil plug(S) follow manual test procedure for testing stator coil, and pulser. check ign coil,make sure grounded to frame,clean rust, check resistance readings(manual) or test system w/ known good unit. lastly check wiring for continuity if no fire.

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