Question about 1981 Suzuki GS 750 L
I have a gs750l 1981 with gs75x enginei have replaced wiring loom nippon denso ignition and a brand new set of coils and a solenoid.ive got power from the starter button to the solenoid but when i press the starter button i dont get any click and nothing is happening.ive cleaned and checked all earth connections but nothing happening still.the old solenoid was working fine before i removed the engine and wiring for restoration.im an ex benelli mechanic but this has got me beat can you help.i forgot to mention everything else electrical works as it should lights horn,both brake lights.
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make sure you dont have the solenoid wires hook backward
Posted on Apr 11, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i got the same problem last time..check the key switch ..
if ok ..
check the ON OFF switch..
check the wire connection both of them..
check the first thing ....FUSE
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
Does your starter have a good ground now after the paint job??? If you jump from the battery to the starter side of the solenoid, do you get any results?
If you have good power and the starter is known good, your solenoid could be faulty.
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Posted on Jan 09, 2010
Testimonial: "All logical statements and factual comments.I figured out the solenoid and cable to the head is a cable operated compression release. "
You only have 2 ways to go......1. fuel .....2. spark, if your cranking your bike, first off try this. crank it with no choke . if nothing happens , take your choke pull it all the way out, now crank it.
if it fires, push choke half way in, continue to crank, it should start . If nothing happens a all .
You have to pull out spark plugs, look at them closely . Is it soaked with gas ? or is it dry as a bone ? if it is soaked with gas, clean it up and dry it off, now check your gap it should be alright
but just check it anyways if the gap is to much it will not fire inside the cyclinder, if it is closed
to much it will not fire . take your plug put it back in just the plug wire and rest it up against the
head or any metal surface, now crank your bike if it has a good blue spark your good with the
electrial check both plugs same way . Now if that is ok , then you have to move on to the fuel.
if you have new clean fuel, good , if it is old like lat years get rid of it . drain everything tank and
all of your fuel filters replace, make sure all of your lines are flowing and carb will clean them self.
give it a little bit after it starts running be gentle with let everything catch up. If it needs final
adjustment on carbs take it back to who ever rebuilt them . Good Luck
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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