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Unanswered Questions. Honda Motorcycles. How do you remove fuel pump on Honda shadow ? Wiki User It would be best to just drain the fuel first! When owning a vehicle it is important to know the vehicles fuel economy. The gas mileage of a Honda Shadow VT is 43 to 51 miles per gallon. Asked in Honda Motorcycles What is the fuel capacity for a Honda shadow cc?
The fuel tank of a Shadow from takes 3.
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By dry weight one means the weight of the bike without fuel and engine oil. Asked in Honda Motorcycles What is the gas capacity of a Honda shadow ? Fuel capacity; Fuel Tank 4. If you mean a reserve fuel switch, there isn't one.
Asked in Honda Motorcycles Honda motorcycle no power to fuel pump? Check the fuel pump relay. Asked in Motorcycles Fuel capacity on a shadow ace Honda? The fuel capacity on a Honda Shadow Ace Honda is 14 liters or 3.
This is providing the tank is factory stock. Asked in Honda Motorcycles How do you adjust air fuel mixture on a Honda shadow spirit ?Thank you. Fuel Pump Not working.
Ashy Larry. Ashy Larry is Offline. Ashy Larrys Photo Gallery. A few days ago I went to start up my Shadow vlx The bike started first try and idled fine. Then the bike ran out of gas and died. So I put some new gas in it and went to start it and the battery was dead wasn't on a battery tender all winter.
I replaced the battery and now the bike still won't start. My friend and I did some trouble shooting and it turns out that the fuel pump is not working. The fuel pump has been replaced before by the previous owner so we assumed that it is not the actual pump that is the problem. Turns out that the pump isn't getting any electricity. The first thing that we thought was a fuse but none are blown.
All of the wires are connected so we are kind off lost right now. I started and rode the bike multiple times in the few days before the battery died so problems didn't start until after we changed it. Any suggestions? Lots of thing will keep the fuel pump from getting power, such as a kickstand safety switch gone bad, or a neutral safety switch. Bad fuel pump relay, even a bad ground will keep power from the fuel pump.
Try the search button. Find More Posts by 3rd Degree. Gaylord is Offline. Gaylords Photo Gallery. Thread Tools. All times are GMT Originally released inidentified by model number VTDC. Check to make sure the ignition switch the red switch located on the right handle bar is flipped to the ON position. If it is flipped off, the power for the lights and battery will turn on, but the bike will not turn over or start. If there is a constant chugging sound coming from the motorbike, check your tank to make sure there is enough gas.
If your motorbike is out of gas it will crank the engine, but it will not turn over. Putting more gas into the tank will ideally fix the problem. Premium gas should always be used. In emergencies, the reserve tank can be accessed using a switch under the gas tank on the left hand side. If the gas tank is not empty and it is still making the constant noise, the spark plugs may be dead or disconnected.
Make sure the connection is secure, or replace the spark plugs located on either side of the engine. If this is the case, the lights will not turn on and the bike engine will not crank or turn over.
Check the wires on the battery located underneath the seat and make sure the connection is secure. If the connection is secure and the bike still will not turn on, the battery will need to be replaced. If the sound from the motorbike is more of a vibration, the starter may be broken and will have to be replaced. You can tell if the bulb is blown by shaking the bulb. If there is rattling coming from inside the bulb, the filament is broken and the bulb will not work.
The bulbs in the headlights or taillights are blown and will need to be replaced. If the bulbs are not blown and still will not turn on, the cables for the lights may be loose or disconnected. Check the connections on the lights and the battery located underneath the seat to make sure they are secure. It is also possible that the battery could be dead or disconnected.
Check the wires on the battery and make sure the connection is secure. If the connection is secure and the lights still will not turn on, the battery must be replaced. Make sure that the emergency shut off switch located above the ignition on the right handlebar is in the OFF position.
If it is not, flip it to the OFF position. If the motorbike is not warm enough, the motorbike will stall out and turn off. If this occurs, turn the bike on and rev the engine keeping the RPMs above When the motorbike warms up enough, it will ride normally. If there is a constant chugging sound coming from the motorbike and will not restart, check your tank to make sure there is enough gas.
If your motorbike is out of gas, it will crank the engine, but it will not turn over. Using a towel or insulated material, make sure that the exhaust pipe is still attached to the bike. If it is not, it will have to be reattached. Need information about starting really rough idle seems to be rough as well and more information on the chock.
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Hottest Questions. Previously Viewed. Unanswered Questions. Honda Civic DX. Wiki User In general, Honda fuel problems are often misdiagnosed as a fuel pump problem, when in fact the fuel pump relay is the real culprit.
The fuel pump relay tends to become problematic especially in hot weather. Over the life of the relay, heat causes internal epoxy resins and solder joints to deteriorate, resulting in electrical conduction failure- which can be intermittent. So often times when you let the car cool down for a while, it will start back up again. If the fuel pump was bad, the problem would usually be constant rather than intermittent. The fuel pump relay is a fairly simple part to replace; it's located under the driver's side dash, near the turn signal flasher relay.
It's a relatively large relay, rectangular-shaped, with a gray or black housing, and with 7 terminals. If an automatic window will fail to lower on a Honda Accord than the power winder motor or relay can be the problem. The easiest place to check is the relay. If the relay is fine than the motor is failing. Anyopne know the cost of a lighting relay for a Honda Accord EX?
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Thread starter Maverick Start date Jul 6, I had been having an intermittent issue for a while and the bike just quit on me a couple weeks ago and has been waiting for me to have time to work on her. Well, finally got time today. A little history first. The bike would die when riding, 30, 80, 1st gear or 5th, didn't matter, no pattern at all. Clutch it and bump the starter and it usually fired right back up. Was suspecting ignition coils, pulse generator, spark plug wires, you name it.
Talked to the guys at wild west about the issue when getting fresh rubber and they said to check the diaphragms in the carbs. No biggie I think, just pull the tank and there are the carbs, right?
They can only come out the right side of the bike after you disassemble the rest of the bike. Ok, not into that so do some more research. Evidently honda in whatever wisdom they had put in a fuel cut relay instead of a tip over sensor. Ok, no biggie, I'll just jumper to make sure the fuel pump is working correctly. I had the same symptoms as other folks. Emptied the bowl on one carb, cranked the bike and the bowl was still empty, jumper the relay and same thing.This page is for personal, non-commercial use.
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Chris Bruce. Share 0 Comments. Update: Honda's statement on the recall is now embedded below. The Problem: Engine vibration can cause a wire for the bank angle sensor to rub against the joint connector on the wire harness. This can eventually cause a loss of the signal, and the engine could stall. The Fix: Dealers will replace the bank angle sensor and move the joint connector.
Related Video:. Engine vibration may cause the bank angle sensor wire to rub on the wire harness joint connector, resulting in a loss of the sensor signal.
REMEDY: Honda will notify owners, and dealers will relocate the joint connector and replace the bank angle sensor, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin February 19, Owners may contact Honda Motorcycle customer service at Honda's number for this recall is JW7. It is possible that long term exposure to engine vibrations may cause the bank angle sensor wiring to break, or be damaged, which could cause the engine to stall and increase the risk of a crash.
The safety of our customers is and always will be our top priority. As a result, we are very proactive when it comes to identifying potential issues and correcting them. We are contacting all owners of affected motorcycles to inform them of the recall and advising them to have a Honda dealer replace the bank angle sensor with an updated part. There is no charge, and the work takes approximately one hour to complete. Sign in to post. X Sign in to post Please sign in to leave a comment. Latest Recalls.
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Again, this is a brand new bike- so I can't imagine any troubles. However, it was a cold morning and I was starting to run low on gas. I had driven 99 miles on the current tank.
I usually do before filling up, and my low gas light usually turns on somewhere between and Furthest I've gone on 1 tank isbut I've never run out of gas. So I figured it was just some trouble, and while I was disappointed, I wasn't too worried about it. Now come today as I'm trying to leave for work; the temperature is 60F, I go out and try give it a go.
No luck. Starter cranks, lights do not fade, everything looks and sounds good, except there is no ignition and the engine does not start. Luckily, I'm less than a block from the nearest gas station so I pushed it over there to fill up. Full tank of gas, battery appears to be in good health, good weather, all seems good. Still no luck. Tried push starting. Almost sounded like it was about to turn over, but still didn't quite make it.
I recently took it in for its "first break-in service" at miles and all was good with it at that point. Any ideas on what the troubles might be?
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Fuel is good, engine temp should be fine. I don't imagine it's a problem with airflow, but I couldn't find the air-intake My next attempt is going to involve spraying some starter fluid into the intake. Going to try give it another go after work, and if I still have no luck, I'll call in and see if Honda has any ideas tomorrow. Luckily it's completely covered by warranty.
Honda picked my bike up, replaced the part, and brought it back to my house- all free of charge thanks to the warranty. Haven't had any issues since. If the starter isn't cranking the bike the problem isn't fuel related. I'm not clear if this is the case. Take out a sparkplug and lay it on the head.
Do you have spark? If so your problem may be fuel related. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Asked 3 years, 6 months ago. Active 6 days ago.
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