Refusal of your bike to start can be very annoying, but you don’t have to panic in this situation. If you are unsure of what to do, please give us a call at QuickPro Locksmith in Atlanta and we will send a technician to get the problem fixed for you.
You may want to perform a fix of the ignition problem yourself and what you need to do is to check the ignition system. There are three major components of the ignition system, and any one of them could fail and lead to serious issues.
The main components of the ignition system are; Black box, trigger coil, a source coil. You need to check all these components and pay attention to any issue. Most black boxes, for instance, will derive their power from the battery, you may want to check the wires for possible burnout or breaks. If nothing seems to be the issue with the black boxes, you should check other components. If the issue has to do with wiring, please contact QuickPro Locksmith and our ignition technician will get the problem fixed.
Check the Fuses for Ignition Problems
Fuses normally blow under certain circumstances to protect the motorcycle from excessive damages. You need to confirm the status of the fuses before doing anything else when fixing ignition problems. You may need the manual to find the location of the fuses. If any of the fuses is broken, you should contact us at QuickPro Locksmith for the proper, genuine replacement.
Check the Ignition Switch
If your engine is still not starting after replacing the fuse, you need to check the ignition switch. Turn on the key to see if the neutral light will come on. If the neutral light fails to turn on then there is a problem with the ignition switch. You will need a switch replacement to fix this issue, and fortunately, QuickPro Locksmith will help you fix it.
Check for Possible Corrosion
If your motorbike ignition fails to start but eventually do so after a long while, it could possibly due to corrosion. Inspect the ignition point and look out for any rust, and if any point has become rusty the electrical system will not be permitted to ignite and then light the gas.
You need to ensure that the ignition coil in the right condition and if it shows signs of wear, it must be replaced immediately. You need to check also if the timing of the ignition system has been correctly set. You can check the motorbike manual to find the timing.
Other Problems to Check
It is important that you check the spark plugs if your motorbike ignition is unable to start. Keep in mind that spark plugs have a small lifespan and they need to be replaced frequently. Check if the plugs are cluttered or worn out and call us for replacement services. You need to also check if your bike has run out of gas, it is possible that the gas is evaporating fast even while parked.
QuickPro Locksmith technicians can also fix other problems such as sticking or jamming of the motorcycle, as well as matching and duplication of your ignition key. Give us a call today for your bike’s ignition related problem and we will be there.