Things which you have to check if your motorcycle is not starting,...

Starting  Issue in Automobile:

Most irritating thing  in motor cycle is starting problem . When rider is urgent in doing some work it happens , which create huge stress . This arises by anyone of the reason as I mentioned in below ,..

Clutch is not engaging properly

When you are starting your bike and the transmission is in gear, you need to pull the clutch lever properly. Sometimes, the clutch does not engage correctly and creates a starting problem. In such condition, bring your transmission in neutral and try again.

Blocking intake or exhaust

Blocked airbox or muffler exit is also a condition that creates starting problem, which can occur due to any reason including pranksters in your neighbourhood. So, you should also check the intake and exhaust system of your bike if there is anything extra in them.

Engine cut off switch

It is one of the most common things we forget to check before getting annoyed with the starting problem. Most of the time we use the ignition key to turn off the motorcycle instead of the engine kill or cut off switch. So when we use it, we forget to turn off the switch sometimes and keep trying to crank the engine.

Weak/Dead battery

The battery that is safely secured onto 
your bike is indeed the lifeline of its 
entire electrical system. For two 
wheeler's equipped with just an electric 
start, the starter motor is wholly 
dependent on the battery. Only if the 
battery carries sufficient charge would it 
be able to crank up the motor that demands a fairly high voltage from the battery.
On a relatively weak battery one would not be able to use the electric start. Some signs of a dead or a weak battery are when you push the horn button or switch on the headlights, none actually work well or report total failure.
No fuel

When your fuel level goes down, it is very difficult to judge its availability using the gauge and that could also be a reason why your bike isn't starting. At that time, you can use some old school techniques to check if your bike has fuel or not.
One of the easiest way is to shake your bike gently when on main stand and wait to hear that typical telltale slosh of remaining fuel, if any, from the tank. Alternatively you could also check it using the flashlight of your mobile phone.

Loose spark plug wire

Loose spark plug wire is not a new thing for motorcycle riders; it can occur due to the jerks or could be a prank. You don't need any mechanic to fix this problem. Just unplug and re-plug the connectors and try to start the motorcycle again.

Clogged fuel tank vent

There is a very small vent provided on the fuel tank of your motorcycle for the outlet to supply fuel continuously to the intake system. In most of the bikes in India, it is the keyhole of the fuel tank cap.
When this vent gets clogged, the tank stops the supply of fuel to the lower system. You can unclog the vent with a very thin wire or pin along with a forced blow in that hole.

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