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hi there i have an elyseo and know it inside out and can tell you if you still need help ?

1999 Sym Husky... | Answered on Oct 24, 2012


Look on ebay you can most likely find one there. Good luck

1999 Sym Husky... | Answered on Aug 18, 2011


Yes, sounds like your battery is no good. How old is the battery? did you take it out and store it inside if you live where its cold? Battery's no good if it froze.

1999 Sym Husky... | Answered on Mar 02, 2011


Hi.. Try replacing the rectifier (the one charging the battery) Check your electrical wires and see if there's any short of some sort. Replace battery if you haven't replaced it since you got the bike.

Hope it helps!

^_^

1999 Sym Husky... | Answered on Jun 04, 2010


It is at the bottom of the bike beneath the footboards towards the engine. The removeable black panel on the rear of the footboard reveals it when it is removed.

1999 Sym Husky... | Answered on May 22, 2010


You can check the pattern used on the Sym and see if one of the bigger bike companies use similar stuff.

My guess is you are noticing the Chinese sprockets and chains are prone to early wear out and want to change to something a little more hardy.

The parts this bike is made of are probably also used on a lot of Japanese bikes....the only difference being the quality of materials used. A lot of the low dollar Chinese stuff is cheap because they don't use the stuff spec'd out by the Japanese companies.

1999 Sym Husky... | Answered on Feb 05, 2010


remove the front wheel and brake assembly. Unbolt the fork tubes from the tree clamps. Slide them out. On the top of the seal should be a wiper. Remove it with a pair of pliers. Below the wiper is a snap o-ring using a pair of o-ring pliers, remove that. Sometimes on the bottom of the fork there is a drain screw. Unscrew it to drain the fluid out. sometimes if you compress and release on the tube several time, it will work the seal out. Most of the time, I use a pick to tear it out, make sure to get it all out. Gently and evenly slide the seal back down into the seat and reinstall the snap ring into the channel(the little spring on the seal faces down in the tube when you reassemble it) Slide the wiper back down over the snap ring. Remove the top cap off of the fork tube and refill with the proper amount and type of fork oil. Once you fill it up, compress the tubes many times to work the oil threw the fork valves then reassemble. Have fun, it isn't a hard job and even if things don't go well, it definately should take less then 2 hours for a DIYer. If you get stuck, let me know.

1999 Sym Husky... | Answered on Oct 27, 2009


check for fuel, spark, and air flow

1999 Sym Husky... | Answered on Aug 30, 2009


the coil wire or plug wires maybe even the coil went bad

1999 Sym Husky... | Answered on Aug 20, 2009


Hello there:
if you can take a small flat tip and insert it in the pack of the speedomoter ant turn it quickly and see if the speedomoter moves if it works good if not replace the speedometer if it does work go to the other end and see if the adapter that hooks in there is not broken ok

1999 Sym Husky... | Answered on Aug 08, 2009


if mechanical speedometer, remove cable from front wheel and check if it is broken

1999 Sym Husky... | Answered on Aug 08, 2009


First check the dynamo outlet for current for that take one electric holder with D.C bulb(12 volt) in it and check whether the dynamo is generating the current or not.If it is O.K then check every cable subsequently using electric holder and
bulb(12 volt).
and if the dynamo is not working them you need to change the coils of the dynamo.

1999 Sym Husky... | Answered on Jul 01, 2009

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