1995 Suzuki VS 800 Intruder Troubleshooting, Repair, Maintenance & Tune…

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My 1995 Suzuki VS800 wont start. When i hit the start switch absolutely happens, (not even the from the starer) however the is perfectly fine, When you the key all the lights work and operate I’m assuming the problem with the starter seeing how the is functioning the carb has fuel and there isn’t the typical sound or clicking sound the starter.

However any further or opinions on the matter would be appreciated.

so, i have a brand new and i replaced the starter relay is located at the other end of the positive wire coming from the when i turn the key on, lights and comes on. when i try starting it, all getting is lots of clicking seems to be coming from the (which i just replaced), or the box. I am affraid that not getting any power even to my starter to crank it. what i be looking for?

G’day.I can help you with clicking noise is the starter means it is likely the starter is at fault.Two more tests to it.Next,using a jumper cable,connect one end to posative, touch starter posative terminal(by-passing solinoid).Did motor turn?It’s likely it it didn’t you would suspect one of two is a faulty starter motor-To remove-bench test NOTE do test with starter in a vice or on floor with on starter holding it down)-connect negative to body of starter posative touch to starter posative-Does it spin?(sometimes they but with no torque).If it dosn’t rough or seems weak the starter motor has worn out or is burnt out.Replace brushes or motor to repair. IF the starter bench tests fine- the cause is a seized starter or engine.To test if engine is up(unlikely)turn over with a on the end of the crank(Engine LHS).

Only running on rear


Your bike three thing to run.

Compression Fuel

The first thing to check is the on the front cylinder. You should the front spark plug and put it back in the plug wire. sure that the spark is grounded by placing the threaded on the cylinder head fins. Now you can the engine over and watch for

If it does not spark you have an problem, replace the plug a new one and try again.

The next step is to the compression. You will need a tester with the proper to thread into the spark hole. Remove the rear plug wire. Once the tester is installed crank the over with the throttle all the way Your compression should at least 150 psi.

If the compression is very low you need to the motor dissasembled for inspection.

The and most common problem is the If the bike has been sitting the can become gummed up and prevent from getting to the cylinder. The fix for this is to remove the carburator and or rebuild as needed.

This is detailed work and should be by a qualified technician.

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Thanks and I that this helps.

I have a 1996 suzuki 800. The clutch has to be bled It often sits for long of time, several weeks. Is indicative of a leaking slave How can I diagnose this?


It sounds to me like you air getting into the clutch Check to make sure all fasteners are tight and that is not a bad gasket in the reservoir or slave

When bleeding the clutch make sure to put a loop in the tube above the bleeder to prevent air from getting into the clutch system.

By the if your slave cylinder leaking, you would notice the Take a white paper and run along bottom of the slave area. If it’s leaking bad to empty the hydraulic fluid 4) from the clutch reservoir, it would get air into the clutch

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