Question about 1990 Suzuki DR 650 RS
If you hand-turn the flywheel, and it fails to turn, it might be that your engine is 'frozen". Remove the starter-motor and use a sizable flat-end screw-driver to try to turn the flywheel, just to be sure! The starter-motor is behind the flywheel, and if it is worn, you should get at least a 'crink' sound to indicate that the starter-motor pulls out and spins a bit. Yes, it is a big job removing the flywheel. You must have oil in the engine at all times!
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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