Check that the sparkplugs are the right one listed for the bike. If that is not the problem, check your fuel mixture, it may be too lean causing the engine to run hotter than it should. If that's ok then check your ign timing.Answer
Could be running your gas oil mixture too heavy
the plug wet? you could be flooding too, clean needle valve and seat.
Have you noticed any power loss. Rings maybe starting to fail
If you own a sled that has a two-stroke engine, your plugs may be fouling due to your oil to gas ratio mixture or your carburetor is running too rich and needs to be adjusted or rebuilt.
If the AC is on constantly, the fan will be on constantly. If that's not it, it mught be the fan relay or the temperature sensor.
I have a kx 250 dirt bike that keeps fouling plugs on start up. I rejetted it but that still didn't solve the problem. What could be the Problem?
This is an indication that there is not sufficient oil in the engine ! Driving could cause the engine to cease, in the worst case it would then be scrap.
The problem could be many things. With the check engine light coming on, it could be an internal issue in the engine, or broken engine mounts causing the vibrations. The shaking could also be caused by a separate issue from the engine, including a loose tire, or an out of balance tire, or bad suspension.
it could take forever if the bater keeps fouling it off.
it could be a bad spark plug wire or the plug could be gapped to much
It will burn the oil until the level drops to 'normal.' Could also cause spark plug fouling (getting gunk in the path of the spark) and other damage to the inside of the engine.
It's called a misfire... or random multiple misfire. It can be cause by a number of things. check your spark plugs for fouling, your spark wires for breaks or cracks in the rubber, your distributor, or your fuel injectors... it could be a tricky prob. or it could be easy as pie to fix...
you need to tune the carburettor
this could be a number of reasons it could be your mixture screw or it could be running lean or rich the best thing to is a plug chop see what colour it is if its black and oily its running rich if its white its runing lean also if its running lean your engine will sound flat and could course it to seize or the main jet could be to big or to small its always best to over jet a a 2stroke and work down till you feel the engine getting better hence the bog going away hope this helps
it could be a short or anti-pollution devices filters etc. check the vacuum on the charcoal cannister. 65;
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funny this should pop up i just read about this, it will run with the buhw but they don't fire as hot as the buhw-2 due to a shorter distance for spark to jump, this could lead to premature fouling. if your engine calls for the buhw-2, i would stick with them
it could be piston rings letting oil get on them it happened to mine
possible burn valve seals if hetters wore welded on engin
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check your spark plugs they could fouling up or gummed up enough to spark for a while then as they heat up become worse. a lot of common problems with engine stalling can be directly related to plugs or coil etc.
Almost any engine will run with a blown head gasket. Having said that: NO engine was ever meant to run with a blown head gasket!!!! Several things could be happening simultaneously while the engine is running: coolant could be entering the oil pan, causing a loss of friction protection, destroying the bearing surfaces of the major rotating members; oil could be entering the cooling system, seriously diluting the coolant, reducing it's ability to remove heat from the engine; third, oil and/or coolant could be entering the combustion chambers, fouling the spark plugs (inhibiting ignition spark), and forming unwanted unburned deposits on the pistons, cylinder walls, and compression rings, causing accelerated wear to all moving parts. DO NOT OPERATE AN ENGINE believed to have a blown head gasket---it will destroy the engine.
COULD BE YOUR VALVE SEALS OR PISTON RINGS DONT SOUND GOOD HOW MUCH MILES
Look to see if your plugs are fouling. If they are fouling in specific cylinders, the cylinders may be flooding. If it floods enough, it'll either go out your exhaust, or into your crankcase. Could be a stuck open injector, broken fpr....definitely a fuel system management issue.
The engine could be a four or six cylinder.The engine could be a four or six cylinder.
Carbon Fouling of Spark PlugsUsually spark plug carbon fouling is caused by either the fuel mixture [ratio of fuel to air] is too rich [too much fuel], OR it could be that crankcase oil is getting into the combustion chambers [cylinders].Crankcase oil fouling is most often caused by either worn or broken "oil" rings on the piston, or on overhead valve engines, worn out valve-stem guides.
It could be hungry. It could be in heat. Or, it could be in physical distress or pain.
Could be locked up, starter could be bad, computer could be dead,.....................