Question about 2006 Kymco Venox 250
The oil in my bike is white, engine starts and runs but am worried it might be my head gasket. has anyone encountered this particular problem with a venox 250
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Loose the gas additive. Clean the air filter and then install new spark plugs. If the bike has carbs, drain the carbs. .... All fixed!
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Posted on Sep 21, 2009
if you email mad matts at firstname.lastname@example.org with the make of bike and year he will tell you what the right battery is you might have to give him the batteries dimensions
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
SOURCE: Cant find maintenance Schedule
You can either look online on ebay or amazon.com. Did you look under the seat or the control box, sometimes they put the manuals there.
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
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Either the clutch plates are stuck together (unlikely) or your side stand cut out switch or your clutch lever switch (on handlebar lever if fitted) is faulty
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
SOURCE: my venox 250 wont start.
If old gas sat in the carb.s for more than a month it starts to dry up. As it drys up it leaves behind a varnish like film that stops up some very small ports and pin holes inside a motorcycle carburetor. It is also very hard to get out. You can try this before you pull the carb.s for a full cleaning. Use a product called Seafoam, get as much gas out of the carb.s as you can. use a turkey baster and force the seafoam into your carb.s fuel line that you took loose from the fuel tank. Let that set for days 1 or 2. then hook up the fueltank with a mix of good gas and seafoam, (not a lot but enough to start it up. Move the cycle outside as the seafoam will make a lot of smoke if it does start up. If that does not clear up the problem you may have to pull the carb(s) and remove the blows to clean the inside. If you have to do that do not DO NOT MESS with any adjustment screws, DO NOT MESS with any adjustment screws. Just take the carb. bowl(s) off keep each one separate and number them so they do not get mixed up. do not mix up any internal parts. It is best to work on one at the time so nothing goes wrong. Work on a large sheet so if you drop a small part you can find it, you do not want to be missing some tiny spring or screw. Hope this Helps.
Posted on Apr 19, 2011
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