My Suzuki Access stops running even when there is very little rain or when there is very little water in the roads. Every time when I take it to the mechanic, there is water logged inside the air filter chamber which spoils the air filter and the mechanic asks me to replace it. The mechanic claims that this is the case with all the scooters. Is it true?
It has been 18 months since I bought it and I had to struggle in the roads every time it rained. Does this happen in bikes too? Because I am fed up with my access and planning to buy Honda Unicorn now. Any advice is much appreciated.
I will explain in detail what happens exactly when I drive while it is raining, as requested by Dan. When I apply brakes and start accelerating again, the acceleration is not smooth and I experience air blocks. After that it doesn't matter how hard I accelerate, the engine fails to respond and I feel severe air blocks thereafter. Within a few minutes of struggle the engine comes to a total halt. And the next morning when I take it to the mechanic, the air filter chamber is full of water and costs me Rs.170 every time this happens.