Question about 2006 Piaggio Fly 125
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Replace the spark plug and purchase some wire dryer spray, this product is applied to the spark plug coil and spark plug wire. sometimes a carbon track on the coil or spark plug can cause the problem.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
SOURCE: hi my piaggio x9 125cc
First, check ALL your fuses. Sometimes the ignition circuit has it's own fuse and it may have blown. If all the fuses are ok then it's more than likely the spark plug or the coil causing the problem.
The best way to fix spark problems is to start with the spark plug and work backwards. In general it will get more expensive to fix the further you go back. You can cheaply test the spark plug itself by putting a screw driver or something similar into the plug cap so it's touching the metal connector, then hold this object near to your frame or engine, within 5mm if possible. If you see a spark when you kick it over then your spark plug is the problem. Please note that it IS possible to get a small electric shock while doing this. While it will not hurt you it can be unpleasant. Use some insulated pliers to hold the cap/screwdriver to avoid this if it bothers you. This also applies to step 2 below.
If you get no spark, next step is to take the spark plug cap off the wire and repeat the same as above, but just holding the end of the wire next to metal. If you still get no spark then it's probably the wire or the coil that is the problem. The best way to test this is by replacing it with a working one if you can. You can do measurements on coils to see if they are within manufacturers specs, but testing for a spark is the best way to see if it works.
If it's not the coil then it will either be the ECU, or the pickup coil that tells the ECU when to spark. These might be hard to test because they are more expensive items and you might not be able to borrow them. Plus they are usually more difficult to remove and replace unless you are familiar with your own bike. I would try a motorcycle wreckers and see if they will sell you the parts on a full refund basis if you don't need them. Good luck!
Posted on Feb 22, 2011
It could be a few things. Starting with the most obvious;
Posted on Jul 08, 2011
chec alternator for health--sounds like bearings are bad--du u gut a repair book for that model--git one online or checout library sec 629--its a basic component so othr manual can help u
Posted on Feb 25, 2013
try to adjust your idle rpm,also try to check if ur battery works fine coz busted batteries affects the proper operation of the motorcyle
Posted on Apr 09, 2013
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