Question about 2005 Husaberg FE 450 e
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok buddy depending on enviroment you need to clean the air filter if in a dusty environment change every 2 rides if a clean environment clean it every 6-8 rides just take the airfilter out take the cage out inside rinse it out in petrol and let it dry out then wash it in hot soapy water maybe some bleach and let it dry out then buy some SILKOLENE FOAM FILTER OIL this oil stops dirt getting further in the air filter and buggering the engine up. next the engine 1st you should change the oil every 15 hours+oilfilter just simply run the bike for 5 mins to get the oil warm unscrew drain plug on the bottom off the engine and drain it completely then put the plug back in and retighten and where the oil filter is located unscrew the cover take old filter out and put the new one in also cleaning the inside when you put the new one in and retighten the cover on once thats all done unscrew the filler cap on right side of the engine and fill with oil SILKOLENE PRO 4 PLUS 5W-40 the bike will take 1 litre or add an extra 100 for filter also you can measure the oil by the sight glass and put the plug back in run it and recheck the oil level top up if necessary and the last thing is the spark plug replace this every 2 months.next the coolant check this every 15 hours just incase.then the power washing you should buy an exhaust bung to stop water in exhaust and put a bag over the air filter when cleaning also dont spray the radiator up close as this will bend the fins and not allow cooling for the engine then will seize up.and lastly the bearing on the bike i would do this every 6 months just strip the swing and arm the wheels and steering and regrease the bearings get back to me when it has been 6 months buddy i hope this helped anynore info just email me
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
SOURCE: My Husaberg FS650e will not
Is the battery fully charged.Get the battery voltage checked and confirmed.
First check and make sure the starter works. You can use a jumper to bypass the solenoid and check that pretty easy. If the starter turns over when you bypass the solenoid then you'll need a meter to continue testing and find out why the solenoid isn't working. That could be wires, start button, connectors or a bad solenoid.---------Also check the electric start button, if the electric wire is getting short internally, then it can be the problem.A meter would check it, but a test light is all that you need.
Listen carefully, do you hear solenoid click, when you apply electric start.You should hear the solenoid click.If there is no click, then its the cause.Either the solenoid is bad or it doesn´t get power. To check the latter, remove the left side cover, locate the starter solenoid and disconnect the trigger wire (the small one, not the big one coming from the battery).----------
Hook a multimeter between this wire and ground - with the ignition on and the switch in the run position you should see 12 V here when you push the start button (with the clutch pulled in). If you do, the problem is most likely the solenoid - make sure the other small wire is properly connected to ground.-----------
But if you dont get 12 volt, then the electric start button connection needs to be checked.Check that you have 12 V on the side of the start-button that connects to the switch (with ignition on and switch in the run position), then check that you have 12 V on the other side of the start button with the button depressed. If you see 12 V on one side but not the other (button depressed) the problem is likely the start button itself.--------
This should help.Keep updated.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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