Question about 2005 Honda XR 100 Motard
Hi, the problem your having is going to be with the return spring that pulls the starter back up, now the problem is that this isnt the kind of job you can do yourself if you have never done it before.
So your best bet is if you are thinking of doing this yourself then make sure you go out and buy a workshop manual you may be able to get one of an auction site but please be aware that if you are unsure on what you are doing then you could do more harm than good.
Please get the workshop manual as this would give you step by step instructions with pictures on how to go about doing this job.
If you use a search engine you may be able to find a manual in pdf format witch you can download so have a look their first as you may get on for free.
Not getting this repaired can cause further damage to the spline the kickstart turns so please be warned.
It wont be expensive for a bike shop to put this right for you.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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