Question about 2005 Daelim Roadwin
Unlock the seet with key into the helmet lock and turn left then lift off the seet and you will be presented with the battery
Posted on Dec 17, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: engine cuts out when hot
This is usally caused by one of two problems. Most often the valves are not gapped right, which can happen as bikes age and go through repeated heating and cooling.
Another fairly common issue is that the carburetor mixture valve could be set wrong, and either running too rich or too lean, which makes the stalling "less noticeable" (read: doesn't happen) until the bike gets warmed up.
Hope that helps. Best of luck! :-D
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
Sounds like the starter silanoid went bad. Take a screw driver and find the starter silanoid witch is uselly by the battery. It has the + cable coming from the battery to it and is bolted to it and then the other bolt has a cable going to the starter. Take the screw driver and touch the 2 bolts at the same time and the starter should turn the motor over. Make shure the bike is not in gear before you do this. Good Luck
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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