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Question about 1997 Esteem

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automatic transmission problem My suzuki esteem station automatic transmission suddenly gear down to primer or first gear while running... wonder what the problem???... whew trans is hunting for gear ...

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Question about 2002 LS 650 Savage

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Suzuki Savage 650 LS 4 gears found not 5. I just bought a 2002 Suzuki Savage It runs great, plenty of power but I can't find 5 gears only 4. I've had it to 65 and had no over-reving. Am I missing ...

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Question about 1994 RF 900 R

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...gear? No this is a gearing problem. I have the same problems. On a bike there are gears in the transmission the low parts in a gear are called windows and the high parts are called dogs. When the ...

WHEN IN SECOND , IT FEELS LIKE IT GOES IN AND OUT OF GEAR WHEN I ROMP ON IT IN SECOND GEAR IT FEELS LIKE IT GOES IN AND OUT OF GEAR , WHAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM? Bent shifter levers or a cause most ...

my rm 80 1stand 2nd gear locks wheels If your rear wheel is locked up in first and second gear with the engine running, this is not a good sign. Have you ever ran the bike without oil in the ...

...the revs don't rise faster that you're speeding up, and change gear by judging engine revs between gears. Don't keep driving it as it is, as you WILL have gearbox problems if you don't fix the

Question about 1991 GSF 400 Bandit

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On mySuzuki 600 Bandit 2003, iI feel a knoking noise on 4Th and 5ft gear.No slippage, good power. Normally, a knocking sound in a specific gear set indicates a broken gear tooth. When replacing a ...

Suzuki Ignis gearbox problem, can not select first gear. Intermittent problem with first gear, sometime it clears by declutching a few times. Most of the time it is necessary to turn the ignition off ...

Question about 1991 GSF 400 Bandit

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...worn or loose. An overly stiff or floppy gear lever and linkage can cause problems selecting gears too. If it is neither of these however then it is most likely a bent selector fork in the gear ...

gear and starts grinding what could it be Hi, Neil and the usual suspects are: 1. Shifter pawl improperly adjusted. 2. Shifter drum improperly adjusted or damaged. 3. Shifter engaging parts/dogs badly

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