When i turn the key on and push the start button it trys its hardest to start but i just wont catch.last night i changed the spark plugs and that didnt work..ive had people tell me that somethings not gettin air or the compression or somthin..but i need help bad..since 10:00am 3/8/09 ive been tryin to figure out wats goin wrong and makin sure that all of the plugs and wires are connected right.idk wat to do guys..can you help me please????
Get a screwdriver and find your cylinoid. there are two bolts coming out the top. touch both bolts w/ the screwdriver and the key on. it should crank your for wheeler. this is just the way us country boys do it.
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You first want to use a test light to check to see if power is getting to the starter with the key on. If there is your starter is bad. If there is no power to the starter with the key on the ignition switch is bad.
Great camera, do you suppose that it's turning on but the selection button between the screen and viewfinder has been activated. So you are looking at the rear screen and if fact the display is in the viewfinder? The button I'm referring to is labeled EVF/LCD
Did you change the fuel filter? Is there a way to confirm that you're getting gasoline to the carburetor? If it fired once it should mean that you have spark to the plugs but there could also be a short in the kill switch circuitry that kills the ignition system. Pull a spark plug and put it in the spark plug wire socket, ground it against the motor and crank the engine and see if you're getting a good spark. Ensure that the air filter isn't dirty.
If it doesn't turn over when you push start, but it does if you wiggle the key back and forth, it's probably the ignition switch. Try to isolate the problem by only doing one thing at a time, such as wiggling the key while it's in the on position, or pushing start several times. It might be the starter motor too, but that seems a less likely possibility if turning the key back and forth fixes it temporarily. The way to make sure would be to jump the ignition switch all together (hotwire it) to see if it always starts then. You should be able to find a wiring diagram to show you how to do this.
it may be flooding out that is why it wont start try to shut the fuel off and try to see if it will try to start if not try taking the spark plug out and putting a little bit a very little bit of gas in the plug hole and then put the plug back in it and try to start it