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How do I Bleed my
Fill the fluid reservoir and lightly tap the line, lever and reservoir to free any air bubbles trapped in the fluid. Keep the fluid reservoir filled to prevent air from entering the line.
Pump the clutch lever three to four times, then hold it in.
Open the fluid fitting on the slave cylinder a half turn. A small amount of clutch fluid should appear
Close the fitting before the fluid stops moving and release the clutch lever.
Repeat Steps 2 to 4 until the fluid's color is consistent and without air bubbles. Fill the fluid reservoir as needed.
Tip: If you don't want to make a mess, slip a clear hose over the end of the bleeder so you can catch the fluid.
I hope this helps.
Honda FXDLI Dyna...
on Aug 28, 2011
Burnt spark plugs Honda Forza 250 PGM-FI
What do you mean by "burnt"? A black sooty plug suggests the engine is running a too rich a fuel mixture.
A blistered, dry plug suggests the engine is running too hot.
There are many reasons for a burnt plug including engine overheating, wrong or loose fitting spark plugs, wrong fuel air mixture or even an old dirty air filter.
I suggest you take it to a good mechanic so they can look at the bike to see what other engine areas could be causing the issue.
14 hours ago
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