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requires fuel spark and air all at the proper time we can not test for you remotely sorry

Honda... | Answered on May 27, 2020


Start taking it apart, cleaning, greasing oiling and putting it back together. Empty all the fuel and replace with fresh. Change the oil and filter. Change the spark plugs. you could have bought a carburettor repair kit. Videos and spares...

https://www.google.com/search?q=2004+Honda+Recon+tm+250cc

Honda... | Answered on May 13, 2020


Cycle salvage shops in ur state etc hav parts. Archway in stlouis is huge. U cud try takn that switch apart to solve or just hotwiring when u start it. Buy a clymer or haynes manual for totalbike rebuild

Honda... | Answered on May 13, 2020


Has this vehicle been regulary serviced ? these syptoms could be a numbers of things, i would have the ignition system checked, and the fuel and air delivery as a starting point

Honda... | Answered on May 07, 2020


http://blog.hondalawnparts.com/how-to-change-a-honda-ht3813-pto-clutch/

Honda... | Answered on May 07, 2020


Snug, not loose. Between 6 to 9 ft lbs. torque on the bolts. Higher torque will strip aluminum threads.

Honda... | Answered on May 02, 2020


ASK HONDA WEBSITE OR GOOGLE IT

Honda... | Answered on May 02, 2020


sounds like the clutch is not disengaging. broken cable? lack of fluid if it is a fluid actuator. get a manual for it and fix it

Honda... | Answered on May 02, 2020


Online..utube..pinterest

Honda... | Answered on Mar 17, 2020


I had to take mine to a man in Berwick and he did it for me really cheap. He has his own place. If I find his name I will send it to you. He charges less than half of everyone else.

Honda... | Answered on Mar 14, 2020


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Something got washed that shouldn't have been.

Honda... | Answered on Mar 13, 2020


No special tools other than maybe an air-impact whench to remove the Allen bolts in the bottom of the fork sliders. These hold the botom of the metering rods into the forks and will spin if you don't have Honda's special tool which fits down the inside of the fork tube. Air wrench spins them off no problem.

V65 Sabre has fule filter behind battery and fule shutoff valve under seat.

Loosen upper triple-clamp pinch bolt before trying to remove fork cap.

Drain oil out of fork, then remove axle and access the metering rod holder bolt at the bottom inside the area whre the axles goes. Use an air wrench and appropriate Allen bit.

Remove fork cap, being careful of the spring pressure.

Remove fork from bike and take out spring and metering rod. Pry dust seal out of fork slider and use snap-ring pliers to remove retainer from beneath dust seal. Use fork tube to hammer seal and slider bushing out of fork slider.

Replace seal and use old seal to cushion it. Make a fork seal driver from split PVC pipe and hammer seal and slider bushing back in. Remove old seal and replace retainer clip. Install dust seal.

Reinstall on bike and install spring. With bike properly supported, stand on pegs and use ratchet, extension and socket to apply pressure to spring and thread cap carefully onto top of fork tube. Reinstall metering rod holder bolt in bottom of fork using thread-locker and air-wrench. Don't over-tighten; just ue high speed to conteract tendency of metering rod to spin inside slider.

Remove fork cap again and fill to appropriate level with 5 weight fork oil (Pro Honda SS-7 or equivalent). Use turkey-baster to remove excess oil to proper level (5 1/2 to 7 inches fully compressed depending on damping quality desired).

1985 Honda VF... | Answered on Mar 13, 2020


Front Fork Oil cc (right leg) : 485 Front Fork Oil cc (left leg) : 495

1999 Honda CBR... | Answered on Mar 11, 2020

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