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My son over filled our 2007 250 kymco mongoose on oil started loosing power he told me what he did ,I drained oil,put right amount in it then never started since !!! What do you think happened?

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SOURCE: im changing the transmission oil 10w40. The manuel

The transmission fill hole is a 10 mm bolt that sticks out about 2" the run out of the hole is a 14mm bolt an 1"1/2 below that. it looks like a bolt to hold on the clutch cover.
I had the same problem till I read the service manual.
Ron W.

Posted on Aug 16, 2009

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check your safety switches

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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Replacing CDI unit for a power CDI unit and Replacing exhaust for a performance exhaust it will increase the power.

Posted on Jul 05, 2010

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Hi...just put together my son's

It sounds as though the chain is too tight. Check to see when it is "freewheeled" if the chain gets tighter. Generally this will happen because the chain ring (front sprocket) was not perfectly aligned with the "spider" (thing it bolts to). You can loosen the chain a little and see if this helps. Be careful because you don't want it so loose the it comes off while riding. What I usually do is adjust the tension of the chain with the sprocket in the tight spot. Kind of tight but without the "grinding" feeling.
Good luck.

Posted on Dec 22, 2010

eric madden

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SOURCE: my son put way too much oil in his pulsar, he took

it is possible that the spark plugs are all oiled up, remove them & give them a good clean with WD 40 or the like to remove the oil from them & they should be fine,if not you may have to replace them & a long drive may be a good solution to remove any excess oil from the engine.......hope this helps......cheers.

Posted on Aug 27, 2011

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That's the best way to get it right. Do what the manual tells you to do.

To check the oil
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  2. Check the oil with the dipper in the oil fill hole.
  3. Check it hot 10 mins after turning off the bike by unscrewing the oil fill plug, wipe the stick, and just dip it without screwing it back in, and check it for level.
  4. Pour in small amounts at a time to top it right up to the mark, but never ever over fill it.
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