Question about Hero Honda Motorcycles
I just replaced a new battery. All lights , horn, are working fine. But only problem is with the self motor. When i press the self start button, nothing happens (no sound, no run) please tell me why?
You will have to clean the start button, it may be fullof carbon thus no contact when you operate it.
To make sure of that's the problem. look for the starter solenoid switch in yur bike and jump it with a little thicker wire and it should turn the starter, if not than it's the starter solenoid switch whic needs replacing.
Hop ethis helps!
Posted on Oct 06, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I am having tvs scooty
put premium gas in it to help clean/start it better take the spark plugs out spra a little starting fluid on the plug stick it in then kick the bike a few good times it should start and run a little better i suggest puting some lucus oil in the gas also to help...the self motor shouldn't cost to much if you do it yourself you will save a bundle let me know if this solves your problem
Posted on Jun 03, 2011
SOURCE: when i press the starter
TRY CHEKING THE STARTER SYLINIOD,,,,,TAKE A FLATHEAD SCREWDRIVER AND JUMP ACROSS THE TWO WIRES ON TOP OF THE SYLINOID IF IT TURNS OVER ITS THE SYLINOID,,,REPLACE IT,,HOPE THIS HELPS.
Posted on Jul 15, 2011
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