Question about Yamaha Motorcycles
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if the clutch switch is bypassed , you can start it in gear and if the kick stand is bypassed you can start it with the bike up and it will take off in gear
If you do like dealing with them get off the bike until you can learn to a responsible rider and not living spare parts for some one else
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
when a bike has been sitting for a while it can caus a lot ov littel problems the ring gear in ya starter can jam up just from sitting and it wont be abel to turn your bike over if yout put your bike in gear and hold ya clutch in rock ya bike back and foward and let the clutch go when your rocking it back and foward thats all i can think ov going by the info you gave me.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
The first thing you need to check is the air filter. Sometimes critters can get into the airbox when a bike sits for awhile. Sounds crazy, but it has happened to me. If nothing is blocking the filter, give it a quick clean since you have it out.
Next things to check:
Improperly adjusted fuel level
Clogged or loose main jet
Faulty fuel pump
You may not be able to check these on your own, but these are the next likely culprits.
Hope this helped
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
SOURCE: Triumph Daytona 675
So I just had this exact problem about an hour ago. I wondered about the starter, crankshaft, etc. but discarded them for the simplest explanation: battery.
I'm sure you've all noticed how absurdly easy it is to mistakenly miss the steering lock and put the parking lights on. Odds are you may have done this without realizing (I must've even if I don't remember). Jumper cables are the answer.
If you've never jumped a bike, here's the skinny: 1) Make sure the car you're jumping from is, and remains, off. 2) Connect the cables as normal; black to black, red to red. 3) Let the bike sit for a minute then start her up. 4) If you can, take her for a ride to get the charge back up.
If this doesn't work, then you may very well have more serious issues. Hope this helps, ride safe!
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
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