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Should be able to google this.

2005 Honda CRF... | Answered on Oct 30, 2017


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2005 Honda CRF... | Answered on Jan 12, 2015


There should be a drain on the bowl, either underneath or off to one side at the bottom. Looks just like a screw.

2005 Honda CRF... | Answered on Jan 28, 2013

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Bleeding the hydraulic brakes


Push the caliper pistons fully in.
Pour fluid from the top and watch it always so it never runs out of fluid during the procedure.
Turn the bleeder on the caliper counterclockwise 3/4 of a turn.
Have a tube attached on the bleeder with its other end in a bottle.
Press the lever once all the way in. Hold it pressed.
Close the bleeder
Release the lever
Repeat until no air bubbles comes out of the bleeder.
You should already feel a little pressure on the lever.
Now start pushing the lever 10 times (pressing the master cylinder) and on the last one, hold the lever in and open the bleeder. Close the bleeder and release the lever.
Repeat that until no air bubbles comes out of the bleeder.
At this point you should be ready to ride.
If you still don't have pressure on your lever, you need to take the brake master cylinder apart for repair.

on Feb 05, 2012 | 2005 Honda CRF 80 F


Empty coolant tank. Don't run it until the coolant level is checked and at the correct level. If this doesn't fix it you could have a failed coolant pump.

Honda CBR 1000... | Answered on Oct 06, 2012


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The starter motor uses a lot of current. There could be a poor connection at the battery, or the battery could be too weak. Most auto parts stores have battery testers and they will check it for free.

Honda... | Answered on Feb 10, 2021


First get the battery load tested at any Interstate Outlet. It takes 3 minutes and is free.

If the battery is good, you need a good auto-electrician. Parasitic draw is difficult to diagnose, but you have something draining to earth.

Or your battery is just worn out and not holding the charge. Average life on a motorcycle / scooter is 4 to 5 years due to bad maintenance and bad winter storage plus vibration.

Honda... | Answered on Feb 02, 2021

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