What to do if motorbike is not starting?

What to do if motorbike is not starting?

What to Do When Your Motorcycle Won’t Start (But the Battery is Good)

  1. Confirm There’s Gas in the Tank.
  2. Engage the Clutch.
  3. Put the Motorcycle in (the Right) Gear.
  4. Look for Loose Wires.
  5. Confirm the Kill Switch is Off.
  6. Ensure the Fuel Valve is Set to “On”
  7. See if the Fuel Injection System is Functional.

What to do if your Hyosung bike won’t start?

Solution: New rectifier. This is a known issue on Hyosung motorcycles. It’s practically the first point of failure on many models. The reg/rec I chose was meant for a Yamaha V-star 650, and it works great.

What should gap setting be on Hyosung GT250R?

Your specific gap setting is in the user manual. Check the plug wires and caps. The bike will usually still run rough if these are bad, and they are easy enough to replace. If your bike runs well at high RPMs and dies at low, then you likely have a Regulator/Rectifier problem.

Are there any known issues with the Hyosung GT650R?

Saturday, March 15, 2014 Hyosung GT650R: known issues and remedies Something I once found a large number or riders ignore when purchasing their motorcycles is the cost of maintenance. Now the number of ‘blind cost’ bikes is going down with people taking to the internet searching for ‘known issues’ or ‘cost of…’ with the bike of their choice.

Why does my Hyosung GT250R won’t start?

These including headlights, the loom that runs down the left side just under the fuel tank, and a single plug that plugs into the engine just between the headers (mind my lack of bike knowledge here). Plugged them all (I think) back in. Problem is, now my bike doesn’t start.

Is the Hyosung GT250R EFI free?

Joining is free! I’m new to the forum and after some help with my 2012 Hyosung GT250R EFI. Last night while at work some local yobbo thought he would be funny and disconnect a whole bunch of wires on my bike.

Why is my Hyosung GT650R not charging?

If it is charging, get the battery fully charged and then switch off and check again in a few days to see if the voltage has dropped. If it has either you have a stuffed battery which won’t hold charge or you have some sort of leakage which is draining your battery. Identify the issue and then people can give more accurate advice.