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My 2006 DRZ400E is very hard to start when cold. Have replaced spark plug with no change. Air filter is also not an issue Once the bike gets running then starting is not a problem. Anyone got any suggestions?

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Check that your choke is shutting of the carb mouth

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My Suzuki Eiger 400 starts hard then once running is great.


The carburetor choke valve might be stuck open or not closing when the engine is cold. The engine needs a richer mixture to start. Too rich a mixture (flooding) can also cause trouble. Turn the fuel valve off to be sure the carb isn't leaking when not in use. If it smokes black on startup, it's flooding. Also check the condition of the spark plugs.

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My Roadliner is hard to start when cold, almost like it is flooding, I can smell gas if I let it crank for too long. Once I get it started and warmed up it starts fine.


Interesting. I have identical problem on mine. I have about 6500Miles on it and all of a sudden showed identical symptoms. I changed air filter and spark plugs to get it started. It starts now but after couple of attempts and needs to warm up until becomes operable. please let me know if you solved yours !
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I have a 2006 Freestar with a 3.9 Engine . When it is cold it has a miss when i step on it. But it gets better when it starts to warm up. Almost seems like a spark plug miss


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Gas Filter--every 3 years/30,000 miles
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Hi, Stevensmi601 your bike starts great when cold but once it reaches operating temperature and the engine is shut off for a few minutes then you try to restart it and it will turn over but will not fire or it doesn't do anything, the usual suspects are:
1. When electronics get hot they build up resistance then stop working. It might be an ignition coil, stator, CDI unit etc. First, you must find out if the spark dies out. When the bike won't start, pull a plug wire off, stick a new spark plug in the end and ground the threads on bare metal while someone cranks the engine over. You should see a nice big blue spark between the spark plug gap. Incorrect spark plug gap will cause or contribute to a no start when hot issue.
2. Fuel Tuners have been known to cause this type of problem, disconnect it and see if resolves the issue.
3. Any engine management sensor could be faulty especially the ones that monitor temperature.
4. Gas cap not venting properly, improperly routed fuel lines they must always go down from the gas tank to the carburetor never in any kind of a loop this will cause a vapor lock. Clogged, bent, kinked, pinched or restricted carburetor vent lines will do the same.
5. Overhead camshaft valves adjusted too tight when cold, this will cause loss of compression when hot, except for pushrod engines they usually get looser when hot.
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Trouble starting but once started runs good


How long since your bike was properly serviced? Service includes oil, oil filter, air filter, spark plugs, valve clearance check, fuel filter etc. Check for cracked PCV vent hoses around throttle bodies. checking of throttle body sync. These bikes usually run very well when properly maintained. Trouble starting when cold could be caused by many different things.

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Hard starting when cold


u must check the valves,very important. clean your carb, change your oil, clean your air filter, change your spark plug one number lower than u are using now because the lower the number on the plug the its stays hotter longer, people make the mistake of thinking the lower the number the hotter the plug burns, wrong your a rookie if u think like this. i no for a fact u didnt do all of these yet, so do these exact things i told u and you'll be fine trust me.

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