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Engine starts and cuts out when put in gear

Check the position of the sidestand switch, or just disconnect the plug and jumper the contacts together to test.
7/10/2009 12:04:39 AM • Suzuki GSX-R 750... • Answered on Jul 10, 2009

Clutch problem?

ya used the wrong oil in the gear box, the clutch is slipping, to fix thhis it could be as easy as proper oil replacement in the gearbox or as bad as new clutches, the oil you use in a bike is VERY important as some cause clutches to slip and others to grab depending on the weight.
4/24/2009 5:17:26 PM • Suzuki GSX-R 750... • Answered on Apr 24, 2009

How do I service the brake of my Suzuki skywave

3/28/2023 8:07:14 AM • Suzuki... • Answered Yesterday

How to get crank case cover to access one-way Sprague for starter

The specific steps for accessing the one-way Sprague for the starter in your engine's crankcase cover may vary depending on the make and model of your engine. However, here are some general guidelines:
  1. Refer to the engine manual: The first step is to consult the manual for your engine. This will provide you with specific instructions for accessing the crankcase cover and the one-way Sprague.
  2. Disconnect the battery: Before working on your engine, always disconnect the battery to prevent accidental electrical shock.
  3. Drain the oil: Depending on the engine, you may need to drain the oil from the crankcase before removing the cover. Make sure to have a container to collect the oil.
  4. Remove the bolts: Once the oil is drained, remove the bolts that secure the crankcase cover. You may need a socket wrench or other tools to do this.
  5. Gently pry off the cover: Use a flathead screwdriver or a plastic pry tool to gently pry off the cover. Be careful not to damage the gasket or any other components.
  6. Access the one-way Sprague: With the cover removed, you should be able to access the one-way Sprague. Depending on the engine, you may need to remove other components to get to it.
  7. Inspect the one-way Sprague: Once you have access to the one-way Sprague, inspect it for any signs of wear or damage. If necessary, replace it with a new one.
  8. Reassemble the engine: Once you have completed the repairs or maintenance, reassemble the engine by following the reverse steps.
  9. Refill the oil: Refill the crankcase with the appropriate amount and type of oil.
Remember to always consult the manual for your engine and to take appropriate safety precautions when working on your engine
3/20/2023 4:40:25 AM • Suzuki... • Answered on Mar 20, 2023

Color code diagram for an ignition switch on a GZ250 Suzuki plz thank u

Unfortunately, I couldn't find a color code diagram for the ignition switch of a GZ250 Suzuki motorcycle. However, the ignition switch usually has the following wires:
  1. Red wire: This is the main power supply wire that connects to the battery or the fuse box.
  2. Black wire: This wire is usually connected to the ground or the frame of the motorcycle.
  3. Brown wire: This wire is connected to the starter solenoid or the starter button.
  4. Yellow wire: This wire is connected to the lighting system, such as the headlight, turn signals, and brake lights.
  5. Blue wire: This wire is connected to the ignition system, which includes the spark plugs, coils, and other ignition components.
It's important to note that the color coding may vary depending on the model and year of the motorcycle. If you need further assistance, I recommend consulting a Suzuki dealer or a certified motorcycle mechanic. They will have the knowledge and experience to help you with your specific motorcycle model.
3/15/2023 8:13:51 PM • Suzuki... • Answered on Mar 15, 2023

Battery has full 12 +volts and when I turn the ignition on power goes to 0.02 volts and there's no power to the lights or instruments it's a suzuki bandit gsf 1200cc s

turn headlights on, measure voltage, if they don't come on the battery is bad
2/26/2023 2:13:22 PM • Suzuki... • Answered on Feb 26, 2023

Katana Suzuki fuel line diagram?1990 rf 600

Here is a general fuel line diagram for a 1990 Suzuki RF 600 Katana:
  1. Fuel tank: The fuel tank holds the gasoline and is typically located on top of the motorcycle frame.
  2. Fuel petcock: The fuel petcock is a valve located on the bottom of the fuel tank that controls the flow of gasoline to the engine.
  3. Fuel filter: The fuel filter is located between the fuel tank and the carburetors and helps to remove impurities from the gasoline.
  4. Fuel lines: The fuel lines connect the fuel tank, petcock, fuel filter, and carburetors together in a specific sequence.
  5. Carburetors: The carburetors mix the gasoline with air and deliver the mixture to the engine cylinders for combustion.
The exact fuel line routing and connections may vary depending on the specific model and year of the Suzuki RF 600 Katana, so it is important to refer to the owner's manual or a detailed service manual for accurate information. Additionally, any modifications or repairs to the fuel system should be done by a qualified technician to avoid damage to the motorcycle or injury to the rider.
2/26/2023 7:05:57 AM • Suzuki... • Answered on Feb 26, 2023

Where is the rectifier located on a 2001 suzuki intruder 800

The rectifier on a 2001 Suzuki Intruder 800 is typically located near the battery, under the seat. It is usually attached to a bracket or secured with screws to the motorcycle's frame. To locate the rectifier, you may need to remove the seat and possibly the side panels. Once you have access to the battery, follow the wires that are connected to it. The rectifier should be mounted nearby and have wires connected to it as well. If you're having trouble locating the rectifier or need further assistance, I would recommend referring to the motorcycle's owner's manual or consulting with a qualified motorcycle mechanic.
2/20/2023 7:06:52 AM • Suzuki... • Answered on Feb 20, 2023

Have a 2004 suzuki jr80 dirt bike and the kick start shaft is stripped do i have to split the casing to change shaft

Yes, you will need to split the casing in order to replace the kick start shaft. The exact details of the process vary depending on the model of your dirt bike, but it will likely involve draining the engine oil, removing the side cover and clutch, and then removing the kick start shaft. Once the shaft is out, you can replace it with the new one and reassemble the engine.
2/17/2023 8:43:16 PM • Suzuki... • Answered on Feb 17, 2023

My 2003 Suzuki intruder 800 won't start?

Check your clutch lever switch, check to see if both wires are still connected. If they are, press and hold the starter. button.
2/17/2023 5:50:32 PM • Suzuki... • Answered on Feb 17, 2023

Wire a aftermarket fuse block on a 1984 suzuki GS550L

Installing an aftermarket fuse block on a 1984 Suzuki GS550L can help protect your electrical components from damage due to power surges and short circuits. Here are the steps to wire an aftermarket fuse block on your bike: Materials:
  • Aftermarket fuse block
  • 10 gauge wire
  • Wire cutters/strippers
  • Crimping tool
  • Ring terminals
  • Zip ties
  • Electrical tape
  1. Locate a suitable location for the fuse block on your bike, such as under the seat or on the frame.
  2. Disconnect the battery to avoid any accidental electrical discharge.
  3. Determine the total electrical load that will be connected to the fuse block and choose a fuse that is appropriate for the total amperage required.
  4. Use the wire cutters to cut the 10 gauge wire to the desired length for each circuit, leaving extra slack for any bends or turns.
  5. Strip the ends of each wire using wire strippers, exposing about 1/4 inch of bare wire on each end.
  6. Attach one end of each wire to a ring terminal using a crimping tool.
  7. Connect the ring terminals to the appropriate circuits on the fuse block, following the manufacturer's instructions.
  8. Secure the wires and fuse block to the bike frame using zip ties, ensuring that they are not interfering with any moving parts or causing any obstruction.
  9. Reconnect the battery and test the circuits to ensure proper functioning.
  10. Finally, wrap the exposed wire connections with electrical tape for added protection.
Remember to double-check all connections and ensure that the fuse block is properly installed and grounded to avoid any electrical issues. It is also recommended to consult a professional if you are unsure about any of the steps.
2/15/2023 3:46:35 AM • Suzuki... • Answered on Feb 15, 2023

Need to know how to install a ignition switch for my 2000 gz250 Suzuki Marauder

1. Start by disconnecting the negative battery cable from the battery. 2. Remove the screws that hold the ignition switch in place and then remove the switch from its mounting bracket. 3. Disconnect the wiring harness from the back of the ignition switch and then remove it completely from the motorcycle. 4. Install the new ignition switch in its mounting bracket, making sure to line up all of the screw holes with those on the bracket. 5. Securely tighten all of the screws to ensure a tight fit. 6. Reconnect all of the wiring harnesses to their respective terminals on the back of the ignition switch, making sure that each wire is connected to its correct terminal and that all connections are secure and tight. 7. Re-connect the negative battery cable to its terminal on the battery and test out your new ignition switch to make sure it is working properly before you take your motorcycle out for a ride!
2/14/2023 12:12:18 AM • Suzuki... • Answered on Feb 14, 2023

Suzuki Burgman 125cc 21 plate

If you are having difficulty moving your Suzuki Burgman 125cc scooter backwards, there could be several reasons for this, including mechanical issues or problems with the scooter's weight distribution. Here are a few things you can try to diagnose and fix the problem:
  1. Check the weight distribution: If the weight is not distributed evenly on the scooter, it can make it difficult to move it backwards. Try adjusting the position of the scooter or shifting your own weight to see if this helps.
  2. Check the brakes: If the brakes are engaged or not properly adjusted, it can make it difficult to move the scooter backwards. Check the brake lever and make sure it is released, and try adjusting the brake cables to see if this helps.
  3. Check the wheels: If the wheels are not properly aligned or there is damage to the tires, it can also make it difficult to move the scooter backwards. Check the wheels for damage or wear, and have them aligned if necessary.
  4. Check the engine and transmission: If there is an issue with the engine or transmission, it can affect the scooter's ability to move backwards. Have a mechanic inspect the engine and transmission to make sure everything is working properly.
If none of these solutions solve the problem, it's possible that there may be a more complex issue with the scooter. In that case, it's best to take it to a certified mechanic for a professional diagnosis and repair.
2/11/2023 6:32:35 AM • Suzuki... • Answered on Feb 11, 2023

Wiring diagram for a 2000 model Suzuki quadrunner

limited info generic answer this is service manual for 250 if not the one do onlinr search and include all info on atv --------------http://www.crservice.dk/Suzuki%20ATV/LTF250/LT-F250_01E.pdf
2/10/2023 1:48:53 PM • Suzuki... • Answered on Feb 10, 2023

Suzuki Bandit 400 1992 model Cdi no spark on spark plugs

check and test battery --cdi---connections kill switch and safety switches this is service manual it will assist in troubleshooting problem -------https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1183991/Suzuki-Gsf-400-Bandit.html-
1/31/2023 3:41:04 PM • Suzuki... • Answered on Jan 31, 2023

Where can I get a parts diagram to the Suzuki SV1800 generator

SV1400 SV1800 SV2200 Suzuki Generator Service Manual

https://www.repairmanual.com > product > official-sv1... This Official SV1400 SV1800 SV2200 Suzuki Generator Service Manual provides detailed service information, step-by-step repair instruction and maintenance ... US$29.95 · ‎In stock and Suzuki SE1800A Generator - My Tractor Forum https://www.mytractorforum.com > ... > Generators Sep 6, 2020 - Seems that parts for it are non-existent though. I haven't been able to find a manual for it either. First thing is to see if it at least ...
1/24/2023 10:17:08 PM • Suzuki... • Answered on Jan 24, 2023

Spark plug gap for 2010 Suzuki 49cc moped

The spark plug gap for a 2010 Suzuki 49cc moped should be 0.6-0.7mm or 0.024-0.028 inches.
It's important to consult your owner's manual or service manual for the specific gap recommended by the manufacturer, as different models and years may have different requirements. It's also a good idea to check the gap of your spark plug when you install it as they can sometimes be out of spec.
1/23/2023 9:16:21 PM • Suzuki... • Answered on Jan 23, 2023
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