Question about Suzuki GSX-R 1000 Motorcycles
Please specify the fault in details, please confirm the following.
1. Does the engine works on idling continuously.
2. Does the engine have any mis-firing
3. How does the fault relate to low temperature.. are you living in cold climate.?
4.Mention if the fuel is good - good rating and firing intensity is good on the plugs.
5. Have you checked the timings.?
6. Check the HT coils and the voltage to the circuit as the engine stops, When it is stalled does the alternator produce voltage?
Hope you confirm these points.
Posted on Mar 16, 2011
This engines fuel system (digital electronic fuel injection) and ignition system are computer controlled and will surely store fault codes for the problem it is having, you need to have the Suzuki dealer scan the electronic engine control computer and see what is in the memory of the control module (computer). Without the scan this is nothing but an expensive guessing game on what the cause is. The system scan test is the VERY 1st step in diagnosing the problem.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
This is going to be a coil problem. Check the spark when it cuts off. I would say that you aren't going to have any spark.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
This may not be related. Start the engine and let it sit to see when the fan comes on. If the engine shuts off when the fan comes on you fan may have a short. Also listen or the fuel pump to see if you can hear it running when it shuts off. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
Sounds likethe therostat failed. The temperture should come up to 180 degrees and stay there as it cools off because the stat is open, The computer map for mixture will richen up the mixture trying to warm the motor up being the engine has turly warmed up already the rich mixture just floods the motor and makers it spputter with too much fuel.. Make sure that the cooling system is full as an air pocket aruond the senser can do this too as can a bad senser. If you find the coolant low and don't see a leak the water pump will leak into the oil and a blown headgasket or cracked head will leak into the combustion chamber and as long as it's not happening very fast the exhaust may not even steam.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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