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Hyosung gt250r starting issues
« on: October 22, 2016, 11:38:33 PM »

hi guys bigtoni here ok secondtime posting getting great feed back on my hyosung gt250r starting issues its doing my head in a bit but will get there after checking all wiring battery etc , nothing sparking on starter motor decided to take it off jimmied it out freaked out all this oil came out probably from the motor hope so any way got my battery connected positive to connection point on starter motor and touched the body of s/m nothing no spark at all no spinning at all could this be my problem the startor motor as everything else has good voltage ie battery starter solenoid wiring..whats freaking me out is all the oil that came out when i pulled the s/m out anyone of you guys know before i call a mechanic up thanks guys :-[

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Re: Hyosung gt250r starting issues
« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2016, 11:45:21 PM »

Yeah, the starter gear meshes with the flywheel in the gearbox case, which is where the oil is.

Have you tried straight up connecting the starter directly to the battery?

Starter motors are one of the most reliable components on the bike. They can fail. It's unlikely.


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Re: Hyosung gt250r starting issues
« Reply #2 on: June 13, 2017, 08:02:43 PM »

Just a quick tips.

If you have a bike which doesnt start well But starts barely. THEN i recommend you to fix it. If not.

YOu will face following problems:-

1>Starter motor failure chances = high..
2> rectifier damange (when you keep  push start on low battery..)
3> lots of other damage.. Believe me I have been there.
Its always better to fix all things instead of waiting for things to get worse!!

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