I bought this old three wheeler that I found in a barn. It looked pretty rough, but I have it running now and functioning.
With the switch set to "run" and the key in the "on" position the electric starter does not work when I push the starter button,
However, if I cross the solenoid it will work and it will start the engine - so I know the starter motor is good and it works.
Now, it gets a little mysterious. When the engine is running, AND the headlight is on high beam, the electric starter will engage when the starter button is pushed.....When its already running! (when the headlight is off or on "low" the starter button does nothing, only when running and in high beam will you hear the starter motor zing when you push the starter button) So, I know the button actually works, but only after the engine is already running and the high beam is on!
So to recap: with the key on, the starter button does nothing. crossing the solenoid will make the starter work, and after the engine is running the starter will work with the button!
Has anyone else had this problem? Can anyone point me in the right direction on solving this one?
I've got a 1983 Honda ATC 110 that I'd picked up for $50 and got running. After going riding with a couple friends who had snorkeled their quads, they rode through the creek and I had to go around it. My question is, if I were to snorkel it, what would I do about the pull start? is it possible to seal it? even if it was just a cork I wedged in after starting haha
Want to replace the Piston / Cylinder assembly on my grandson's 2007 Panther RX-4 110cc.
Was going to purchase entire engine. The piston was just stuck in the cylinder. Piston not burned. Rings just slightly rusted to cylinder.
Decision is piston size. Ebay has kit. Either 52mm or 54mm but description says kit will fit most 110 cc engines. Measured my piston and cylinder. Digital caliper measures 52.19mm.
I need to purchase the correct kit. Also require gasket kit.
Input greatly appreciated. Kids want to ride the atv.
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