Question about 1998 Honda CBR 600 F(3)W
How do i set the timing on my 95 cbr 600 f3 @
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like a bent shifter fork. Happens quite often if you like to wheelie (I know, I'm on my 3rd tranny). If you are gentle in second, it will not get worse while you are waiting to fix it.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
SOURCE: change headlight
Doing a search I saw your question come up, hopefully this is not an old question. ANyways, under the front edge of your fairing there is a small black rectangular plastic piece held on with 2 screws and two clips. Remove the clips by pulling on the centers, they should come right out, this will give you access to the back of the headlight. There you will need to unplug the headlight and the give the light a turn and it should come out of there. Make sure not to touch the new bulb with your bare fingures as this will shorten the life of the bulb, clean with alcohol if you do, hope this helped.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: starting problems
Check the compression. If it has low compression it will always be difficult to start. I have the same bike. It is a really good starter, comparatively to other older 'cycles I own. 1) Check the fuel level in the tank, and be sure to turn the fuel switch (left side of bike below tank and seat) to On, or even Reserve 2) In stock tuning, my bike likes full choke for cold start, in any ambient temperature, it likes to warm up with the choke on, until it starts to sputter from the rich mixture. 3) I believe this bike has vacuume tube that goes to the fuel petcock, this shuts off fuel to carbs when bike is not running. Thus if the bike has not run in a while, or the carbs drained, it will take several start attempts to get the carb float bowls filled. 4) This bike is hard to start if the battery is old or marginally charged. 5) Also pull the spark plugs, if they are brown, or black, change them. 6) check the air cleaner, if it is too dirty it will essentially act like a choke
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
Two things can be happening, either your charging system isnt doin the job, or you have a short thats draining yer system... so
to answer your question... start by fully charging your battery, then put a volt meter on it and turn your bike on.... the volt reading should increase.... if it doesnt - you got a stator or regulator problem - if it does..... you need to trace your wires for a possible ground to yer frame
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
SOURCE: fuse panal
I have a 1995 cbr 600 f3. The main fuse is found by following the positive terminal wire to a relay. It is a box with a red fuse cap on top, in a rubber casing right behind the battery.
Posted on May 21, 2009
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