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The timing chain most likely adjusts itself( I am not certain) however a loose chain will cause an engine rattle, but is not the cause of popping and dying.
try cleaning the fuel system, new spark plugs,new air cleaner

2002 Yamaha V... | Answered on Oct 22, 2017


The one way clutch inside the motor is slipping. On the back side flywheel is a one way clutch that grabs the starter gear when the starter motor spins. It is designed to let go of the gear once the motor fires up. If the mating surface of the one way clutch and the starter gear becomes rough or chattered, it will no longer grab and turn the motor over. To repair this you will have to take off the crankcase cover and pull off the fly wheel to replace the one way clutch and the starter gear.

2002 Yamaha V... | Answered on Feb 08, 2017


It sounds like you have a bad ground more then likely in the head light housing or where the spade plugs on the back of light the switch could have a pinched wire were it bolts together I have seen that sevaral times even on new bikes only other thing that could blow it would be extreem voltage possibly a bad regulator it would be noticably your lights would all be extremely bright to bright hope that heads you in the right direction

2002 Yamaha V... | Answered on Nov 20, 2016

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