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1989 kawasaki police 1000 carberator hose routing im working on this police 1000 and it has 4 carberators i know where the main one goes but i cant place the four on top also how do i adjust the cluth on this bike also plesae help i would really like some pictures if possible cant find any thing on the internet for free just sites that want to sell me the diagrams in such
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I have a 1989 kawasaki js 550 jet ski. The engine turns over but I do not get spark out of either spark plug? what is the issue and how do I trace the electrical problem?
just purchased a gtr 1 replaced the battery all just purchased a gtr 1 replaced the battery all the lights signals work but just clicks when starter button is pushed checked all wires good. plz help
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Light/Horn is on but can’t electric start(with flickering sounds when start button pressed) the bike I have a 07 klx250s. The problem came recently that i could not electric start my bike. When I turned on the bike(using key without electric start yet), all the lights and horn are there but when I pressed the electric start button, the bike will not be able to start.
Flicking sounds was heard from the fuse starter(I think). The battery was newly installed. I change the starter fuse but won’t be able get the light or horn on. Replacing back the old starter fuse can get the light/horn on but can’t start with flicking sounds.
I need help.
By flicking sounds, do you mean a series of rapid clicks?
Usually a series of rapid clicks when trying to start is an indication of low battery voltage, or a bad electrical connection, usually a ground.
Get an automotive jumper cable (use only ONE of the leads, let’s say the BLACK one), hook one end to the battery NEGATIVE terminal, and the other end to a bolt head that mounts the starter motor to the engine case, and see if that helps.
If so, it is a ground issue.
An old time Harley trick is to attach a SECOND ground cable to the battery negative terminal, and the other end, remove one starter mounting bolt, slip the bolt through the cable eye, and reinstall the bolt.
The problem in this case is that most bike engines are made out of aluminum.
While aluminum WILL conduct electrical current, it’s NOT the best conductor in the world.
This is why copper jumper cables are much better than aluminum ones, and why they found out (the hard way) that aluminum wiring in a house is no good!
NOW, if when you try to start and you get a SINGLE click, this usually means either a bad starter relay, or bad starter solenoid.
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