Question about 2006 TN'G Milano 150
I bought my TNG Milano used about 6 months ago. A month ago, my TNG Milano had troubles starting. You had to press the electric start several times, (each time the engine would turn a little more than the last attempt) before it would finally start. But even after the first couple of times successfully starting it, it would die shortly after. The bike would finally stay running after starting it a few times and revving the engine a bit.
A month went by without using the bike (I broke my foot), and just today, I topped off the gas tank and tried firing it up again... no dice. When I press the electric start, I hear one painfully slow crank/grunt of it turning over and then nothing. After a few more starting attempts, no improvement, and now I hear no crank at all... just a little buzzing noise.
The kick start seems to be missing the pedal, but I can never get it to start that way anyhow. I wanted to check the spark plug, but I don't know where it is! (I'm sorry fellas, I'm a serious novice at this) The owner's manual doesn't tell me boo, and I don't have a repair manual yet.
The manual suggests to check the carburetor, and if there's fuel in it but I don't know what to look for, nor how to check the fuel cap air hole, fuel filter, petcock, idle jet, float bowl etc! Yikes! Can you help this damsel? Thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Engine filling up with gas
there is no way for fuel to get passed the rings right? So if you filled the head with fuel, it would just work its way down the exhaust pipe and out the back, just like its doing. The only way of getting fuel into the sump is; if you have seriously bad rings (it would be burning oil) OR if its getting through the breather system. I don't even think if the injectors were on full-time, it still wouldn't get into the sump... very strange. Are you sure its not coolant? A serious coolant leak can be completely unnoticeable from the outside, but catastrophic to the inside. __________________
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
You have enough 2 stroke in the fuel? 50:1 ratio oil:fuel or more... it is a cheap engine needs extra lubrication..
Is the spark plug clean? --- Is the HT lead connector to the sparkplug fine or has it come loose? --- Check the air filter - it could be wet or dirty or clogged - replace it if it has gotten wet or is dirty, on such a new bike it should look white as the driven snow... --- spray some carb cleaner down the intake while cranking the engine, and rev it up while spraying the cleaner in there, maybe you have some gunk in the carb messing up the jetting. --- Adjust the Idle screw to increase the idle (but not so high that the bike is tugging to ride off) --- Check through that lot and tell me how you get on.
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
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