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Thread: Suzuki GS 150 First Wash @ Service Atation..

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    Default Suzuki GS 150 First Wash @ Service Atation..

    I wash my bike from Service station and after bike starting problem,

    plug check and all thing but bike too missing

    , so pls dnt sevice from service station..

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    I never had any problem servicing my bike from the service station. It always started fine, had slight missing problem once but it too wnet away in just one day..
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    bike can always be washed at home with garden hose some sponge & liquid dish washing shampoo why waste money at service station

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    Bhai the most common issue with bike not starting after wash is probably water getting in you Plug region.Take the plug out and clean your spark plug,,problem solved.

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    I never had any problem with service station. Next time just cover your plug area with a dry cloth so water will not go inside.
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    Why wasting money on service station iam sure if u detail ur bike u will much more satisfied
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    My Yamaha junoon also has the same problem, these companies - suzuki and yamaha both have it...

    The problem is definitely in the plug's adapter.. remove the adapter and directly put the wire on the spark plug and then kick start ur bike...

    If it starts then the problem is in the adapter, the reason for which I dont really know.
    One guys said these bikes have poor current coils thats why they leave current upon slightest amount of dampness in the adapter, the other guy said these bikes have an earth system.. the current goes in the earth wire if there is any water/dampness in the plug/adapter.

    So i dont know its their "Advance" electric system with safety system? Or Pathetic current coil problem?
    My 98 Model CD70 eva eva eva never had this kinda problem no matter what u do!

    what u need 2 do is, buy an extra adapter in ur pocket... If ur bike wont start up after a wash, put the dry one and go home.

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    problem is not the bike but the water which went in the fuel tank or the carb or the Plug and chamber .. clean it and you are ready to rolll..
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