I have done full tune and service, new tires, chain, sproket, Carb clean and spark wire fix and battery.
Problem - I would warm the bike up and ride it. The bike would die in the middle of the road (die meaning just shut off - lights still on - but just die. I would start it again, it would run for about 1 more minute, then completely die.
So I got the carbs cleaned out. (Mechanic suggested). $350.
Bike at the shop wouldn't start - so they jumped it and told me it was the battery. I bought a new batter ($40).
The problem after this is it wouldn't start, i would hit the starter and then nothing (no click - like it was completely dead). I assume its a lose electrical wire system or ignition???
Then i would try again and the starter would turn, but nothing would fire to get the engine going. This problem has been going on for the past month.
Now when i press the starter, it would just turn and turn and turn but will not start the engine.
I put fuel injector cleaner in this before and it ran perfect for about 1 day.
I am not sure if its lose wiring, or if its getting the proper air/fuel mixture, but it seems more apparant that it is electrical. The full tune they were suppose to replace the spark plug, I am not sure why it would die in the middle of riding, without even holding the clutch down lets say in 4th gear for no Reason.
The problem seems electrical/ fuel lines?... I am just looking for direction on what to look at.
Fuel filter has fuel in it, so fuel is going through.
Please let me know if you need more description on what is going on.
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if there is no free play when pulling the lever in, the bike will most likely take off from first gear, but when you throttle it, the clutch will most likely slip. if the lever is to loose, lots of free play, you may have a hard time getting it in gear. approx 1/4 inch free play with the lever and it will work normal... unless its ready for a new clutch. hope this helps...
Yes I do believe they do. Try going to Powersportseast.com Look in the shopping section on the left of the homepage. You will want to use the parts fische and load the info for your bike. It allows you to see what the dealer parts counter can see. See if this helps. I'm pretty sure the 250 ninja really didn't change until 2008 when it got the BIG overhaul
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there is a oil seal behind the front sprocket that may be damaged.Also the case may be crack due to chaine impact. This type of damage is common when chaine is not kept to spec..If case are crack you can repair with jb weld no oil pressure at this location. Have to be clean and scuff for product to work properly.Mr cee's cycle Repair.
what engine? The fuel filter is in the fuel tank, Spark plugs should be replaced, throttle body cleaned, and the truck generally checked over, battery , belts, brakes, tires ect. Spark plugs, trans fluid, filter, transfer case fluid change, are all due at 100k. You should have the 100K service done. Of course they base that on if you have been following the service schedule. Your owners manual will list all things that are due.
"Tune up" would mean engine tuning only plugs airfilter valve clearances and possibly check the carb sync
"service" change or check all fluids and oil new oil filter check and inflate tyres check wheel bearings, swing arm, head bearings adjust chain. check battery and all lights check brake wear road test check for oil leaks check for loose bolts and may be a couple of other things, depending on milages and overall bike condition
extra would be carb overhaul, new brake pads or wheel bearings etc
The problem is some repairers may short cut a few steps, put in some new plugs and give it a big rev for a tune, and change oil and filter for a service.
Best to get an itemized quote first so you both know what is expected and how much.
If your going to do it yourself, chase down a manual and work your way through
New spark plugs, oil and oil filter, transmission flush and fill, fuel filter, air filter, coolant flush and fill, clean throttle body plate and bore, clean the MAF sensor, replace any loose or cracked vacuum lines, PCV valve, new air filter, new battery.
99% of the time all you should ever need for a tune up is new spark plugs, and a clean air filter and throttle body. But since your inquiry indicated "major" I gave it more critical thought.
this new exhaust has thrown the engine way out of tune, and the carbs need to be re-set up as the bike is now running very week,,,,you will burn a hole in a piston very soon if you dont re-tune it,,,this could also be causing some if not all of the vibration your getting, but check the sprokets are running true life the rear of the bike clear of the ground and spin the rear wheel if you feel or here a grinding sound its the sprokets not meshing with the chain also did you have the new tyer balanced when it was fitted???
this also causes vibration
Nice looking bike. Yumbo Dakar is not a bike I have ever worked on but I will try to help.Remove the air filter and look into the carb as you twist the throttle. Does the slide open and close as it should? Open the slide and spray starter fluid into the carb bore as the electric starter is used. Not starting? NEXT >
Drain the carb just to see that it is filling with gas.
Remove the flywheel cover and put a timing light on the bike. Use the starter button and see if the timing marks are on. The CDI could be bad or the cam chain could have jumped.
Remove the cylinder head cover. Turn the flywheel to TDC compression. Look at the OHC gear. There should be two marks positioned parallel with the head surface, (or an '0' at the top of the gear and in line with the centerline of the crankshaft). Are the valves in time?
check your gear ratio ie chain and sprokets if thay are to high of a ratio this will happen . as these bikes dont start to make power untill thay rev up hight . thay are tuned for top end revs and speed