Hi can anyone help I have got a I think is a kymco 125 cruiser bike but finding it hard to find parts can anyone help
I bought bike fella said jobs are done ready for mot but have found crack in front right indicator lens
And clutch cable is very close to brake pedal
I'm just learning and don't seem to be able to find parts
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Re: Hi can anyone help I have got a I think is a kymco...
What year is this Bike? Most motorbikes in the Kymco price bracket often use common 'Generic' parts that fit a lot of different brands of Asian motorbikes. You might not be able to get a Kymco specific part but there will be aftermarket options available, usually online. Most good bike parts shops can usually source something to do the job.
The clutch cable should be flexible enough to be pushed away from brake pedal and you can use a small cable tie to keep it out of the way, a quick and cheap fix
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i think it will be better to take help from service and repair manual with diagram this will help you to locate and fix the problem step by step by your own so i am sending you a link from where you can get the manual http://toolsnyou.com/
There are 2 small passages with square headed type socket screws . Look
on drivers side of block behind where the breather hose goes to the
airbox. You'll need to remove the airbox. They are slightly smaller
than a 1/4" drive extension.
It is very hard to try to reach the sensor from under the car. you can removed the battery, air box, also moved the fuse box
aside just a bit to get more room to work (not necessary though). After
removing/moving those parts you'll have plenty of room to work with. Simply
disconnect the electric connection and remove the sensor with a socket.
The part was $11.99 at Kragen with a lifetime warranty! (not just a
dealer only item :]) The socket isn't a special socket its just a 27mm
($9.99) deepwell. I hope this helps someone, overall the job wasn't hard
so no need to pay anyone to do it for you!
If your arms are long enough, you can access it top passenger side and
reach way down and you won't have to remove anything! Its good to
put her up on ramps to get and idea where it is, then take her off and
do the repair. Forgot to mention unlocking the electrical
connection by pushing the slide lock to the side.