Question about 2004 Bajaj Caliber 115
Hi, Tah_tapas and the usual suspects are:
1. Enrichner system plugged, not properly functioning or improperly operated.
2. Fuel overflow.
3. Restricted fuel supply.
4. Plugged slow jet or passages.
5. Inlet system air leak.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: it wont start
tried the electric start first of all and it just made that noise where the engines turning over but just wont start. i then tried the kick start and still nothing. i went back and forth from the electric start to the kick start for about 45 mins on and off but still couldnt get it to start. i did have a similar problem a few months back but after trying for about 15min it started and have had no problems since. i went out again today but still couldnt get it to start and the man who lives next door who knows about motorbikes had a look but he didnt know as he said he doesnt no much about mopeds. i rang a repair place up and asked how much it would be to pick up and they wanted £30 just for picking it up. so what i wanted to know is does anyone know how i could get it going just to get it to somewhere to repair it properly?check wire touch and battery loading,,most common problem in this issue,,,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: starting problem my ct100 bajaj
You need to do a few things to make it start.
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
SOURCE: my bike is bajaj wind
Does the gearbox have the proper oil level? This sounds like a piston seizure. Another possibility, must less costly to fix, is possible water in the float bowl on the bottom of the carburetor. There should be a drain -plug on the bowl. Drain the gas from the bowl to remove the water. The water is from condensation in the gas tank. Please rate my answer.
Posted on Jun 09, 2011
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