please help me out,is it engine kill switch problem or fuel pump problem??
We here in the West see a fair amount of strange ideas and practices coming out of India where motorcycles are concerned, on these forums. It nice to see that you are open to suggestions from other members here... many members from India seem too stubborn to want to listen to what other more experienced members have to say... although there are plenty of people here in the United States with some equally crazy notions when it comes to motrcycles too.in india every one uses the engine kill every time and from now i will use it only in emergency.but if fuel pump is not working then bike wont start right???? And pgmi light blinks???
Here cbr technicain is saying fuel pump is not working,but my bike runs properly after a couple of switiching engine kill switch.
"Dirt bikes", or off-road bikes typically only have a kill switch and do not have an ignition key switch, so the kill switch is the only way to stop the engine (aside from using the choke to kill the engine). And the type of kill switch used on the majority of off-road bikes is a momentary "push and hold" type of switch... when you push the kill switch button and hold it down, all you are essentially doing is grounding out the ignition circuit. These types of momentary kill switches do not have the moving parts and therefore the potential for wear like the typical street legal bike with an ESS and ignition key switch does.... On a dirt bike, I always press the kill switch to stop the engine because I like to keep both hands on the grips while the engine is running...
Ignition key switches on off-road bikes might be getting more common, perhaps as a theft deterrent? Our stable:"Dirt bikes", or off-road bikes typically only have a kill switch and do not have an ignition key switch, so the kill switch is the only way to stop the engine (aside from using the choke to kill the engine). And the type of kill switch used on the majority of off-road bikes is a momentary "push and hold" type of switch.
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It hasn't happened to me, but thanks for your story. I will be interested to know how it goes for you.After some research I have bought a new Regulator&Rectifier which has given always problems to Hondas, installed it and now just wait for the battery to be completely charged again in order to start it.
Did anyone had this problem?
Any possible hint is much appreciated!
you need an expert to troubleshoot.... Your tach doesn't work either.Thanks HMenke
Here is a video for the problem :
Starting problem CBR250R ABS 2011 - YouTube
I put the fully charged battery this morning, started without any problem, then I turned it off to test again and never started.
The video is my 2nd attempt from this morning.
RR is new and the Stator was tested according to the manual by me with a multimeter.
Thanks in advance!