To troubleshoot a Suzuki motorcycle engine, you must first identify the specific problem. Common problems with Suzuki motorcycle engine include failure to start, overheating and production of unnecessary noise. Other problems include getting stuck under acceleration, engine transmission problems and a leakage in the gas valve.
Lack of sufficient fuel to start a Suzuki motorcycle can cause the failure of the engine to start. To fix this problem, fill the fuel tank with the correct type of engine oil to the recommended level. A reduction in oil flow between the engine moving parts can cause the engine to produce noise when riding. Using high-quality engine lubricants can resolve this problem.
Wrong settings in the carburettor, riding at high speeds or obstructing the air flow can result to high temperatures in the engine. To rectify this, use correct adjustment carburettor settings, avoid riding at high speeds and remove any particles that could block incoming air into the engine.
A faulty spark plug, a worn out condenser or a clogged gas cap vent can lead a Suzuki motorcycle engine to stop suddenly. Replacing the spark plug and the condenser, as well as cleaning the gas cap vent regularly can eliminate this problem. A defective radiator or a valve in an off position can lead to a leaking gas valve. Replacing the radiator and turning on the valve can rectify this problem.