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Clutches squeak when it gets hot. It happens to all cars I promise. A clutch will let you know when it's bad it's simple as turning on the car and put it in first gear and let go of the clutch do this 3 times to make sure you get a legitimate reading or feeling of the car if the clutch is bad the car will stay on if it grips the car will turn off. Also ...


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Put petrol down the spark plug hole making the bore wet with gasoline which helps move the piston faster will take 10 pulls after to first get running but will fire straight after tht every time I'm a motorbike mechanic


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Thanks for all the assistance. I finally got around to figuring this out and wanted to share the solution that worked best for me. On-Bike Stator Check How to test a motorcycle stator https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5v2LtHlvcqI To check the stator while on the bike: Locate the regulator/rectifier There are three yellow cables to link the regulator to ...


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It looks like it is down the side of the engine, on the left-hand side... It would appear that the filler is part of the oil recirculation system, there should be a hose going down into a round thing, the top of which should pull off (with the hose still attached) to allow you to top it up... This site has a scan of the owner's manual, Pages 5 and 51 seem ...


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I would not recommend to pull them away from your windshield during a storm if there is a risk that it will melt and then freeze later (for example if you just drove your car or if the temperature is just below the freezing point but you are expecting sun later). Doing so may make the snow melt, go in the arm mechanism/spring and freeze there, making it ...


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Not knowing your scooter model/brand, I would suggest the problem is the centripetal clutch is hanging (or engaging all of the time). You may have made the belt too tight in the process of replacement. If you replace the clutch as well, it probably needs adjusted.


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If we are talking street applications, then use an o-ring chain, which means 'degreasing' is unnecessary, just cleaning. I have never changed chains at less than 20,000 mile intervals, with one change out after 40,000 miles out of paranoia, though that bike has an oiler installed. All I do to clean is put the bike on a center stand or rear stand, then ...


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Paddock stand: fast, easy, cheap, totally portable, and doesn't require much storage space. Holds the bike upright in a very stable condition so you can easily work on it. Requires the front* and rear suspension to be intact to use. Have to bend over and crawl on the floor. * The front tire and forks must be installed unless you have a front stand (of which ...


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I received this information from this site. It is the 100,000 mile maintenance service specification for the 2009 Acura TSX. Action: Description Inspect/Adjust/Change Rotate Tires Inspect/Adjust/Change Replace engine oil and filter Inspect/Adjust/Change Inspect windshield wiper and washer systems and fluids levels Inspect/Adjust/Change ...


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Motorcycle maintenance depends on your motorcycle. And depends on the maintenance job you intend to do. Do you really need a table life for lubing the chain or perhaps changing the Tyre ? How much money are you planning to spend on the lift/paddock/table-lift? Do you know how to fix the engine should there be anything wrong? Then a lift table is a lot more ...



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