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Thanks Gregg! Useful information.

1994 Honda VT... | Answered on Mar 11, 2019


Try keeping the choke on till it’s warmed up

1994 Honda VT... | Answered on Jan 10, 2018


probably a fuse but you will need to check the wiring for faults as in bare wires or around the steering head because of the left and right motion that can put stress on connections ,pinch wires ,or stretch them

1994 Honda VT... | Answered on Sep 17, 2017


yes. just avoid oils that do not have JASO MA or JASO MA2 ratings.
Use motorcycle specific oils with wet clutches.

1994 Honda VT... | Answered on Apr 02, 2017


You have a ground connection problem ? Use a wire round brush in the plug hole to clean it .

1994 Honda VT... | Answered on Mar 14, 2015


If your not sure, get it done, but clutches are an easy job. but the big lock nut s a pain you will need a clutch tool or a compressor and a 24 mm or so nut and wizz gun. where are you.

1994 Honda VT... | Answered on Nov 26, 2014


Replace the coil.

1994 Honda VT... | Answered on May 13, 2014


Right side .. Pull Off Panel..

1994 Honda VT... | Answered on Feb 06, 2014


Instructions
    • 1 Pull the left and right covers out of the rubber grommets on both sides of the motorcycle's frame. Pull the rubber strap off the tool kit holder on the left side of the motorcycle and remove the tool kit.
    • 2 Locate the fuse box on the right side of the motorcycle, just above the battery. Remove the pair of bolts that secure the fuse box to the battery box with a 10 mm socket. Pull the fuse box away from the battery box.
    • 3 Reach into the left side of the frame to access the battery's negative terminal. Unscrew the negative wire lead bolt from the battery's negative terminal with a 10 mm wrench. Pull the negative wiring lead away from the battery.
    • 4 Reach into the right side of the frame and remove the positive wiring lead bolt from the battery's positive terminal with a 10 mm wrench. Pull the positive wiring lead away from the battery.
    • 5 Pull the battery out of the battery box from the right side of the motorcycle. Slide a new YTX9-BS battery into the battery box, positioning the battery's positive terminal to the right of the motorcycle. Reconnect the wiring leads to the battery's terminals, connecting the negative lead first followed by the positive lead. Tighten the lead bolts with a 10 mm wrench.
    • 6 Reattach the fuse box to the battery and tighten both bolts with a 10 mm socket. Place the right side cover over the frame. Push the cover's tabs into the frame's rubber grommets.
    • 7 Place the tool kit into the tool kit holder on the left side of the motorcycle. Pull the rubber strap over the tool kit and hook the end of the strap onto the holder's catch tab. Place the left side side cover over the frame. Push the cover's tabs into the frame's rubber grommets.

1994 Honda VT... | Answered on Jan 19, 2013

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