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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have to check if this is fuel or spark related. You HAVE to put a filter in the system or the fuel injectors will get clogged. Check for spark first. If you have a good spark at the plugs, then your problem may be fuel related. If uou don't have any spark, then the problem could be a bad crank sensor.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
SOURCE: batteries won't hold a charge
Are the batteries really gettin a full charge or is your charger faulty. If you can borrow a voltage meter you can see what your battery is putting out and check the charger (plugged in) to test how much voltage it is putting out. If the Razor is 12 volt you can hook up a car/motorcycle charger to pump up those batteries. I don't think your batts are not holding a charge, i think they're not gettin a charge....good luck to you...Tim
Posted on May 09, 2009
The power from your battery goes fromt the positive post of the battery directly to the starter. At the starter, there should be two connections. The large battery cable and a smaller red wire. This red wire is "hot' wire to all the "accessories" on your bike. The wire runs straight from there to the ignition switch. If you don't have power to the main switch, you have a main fuse blown somewhere. You'll need a schematic to trace the wiring out from there. I'm sorry but I don't have a schematic for that model bike. Make sure all your connections are clean and tight and your "Run/Stop" switch in the in the proper position.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
SOURCE: Used 2002 Honda Metropolitan II
one of many main connectors has either come loose or a crimp connection in one of the main power circuits is corroded, have the tech pull and twist the wiring harness to see if it does anything to indicate the problem is in the area u are bending and pulling on, work all around the harness, there is no MAGIC fix for problems like this, have fixed this type of problem 100's of times over my 45 year career, never the same from one problem to the next. Also have him pull apart all the main connectors and check for greenish looking corrosion, repair as needed
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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