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Q:Motorcycle brake light?
Does it work with either the front OR rear brake? If not, the problem is most likely the wiring to the light itself. Get someone to mash the brake pedal or pull the front brake and back probe the wire (brake light circut) from the tail light assembly. If it lights on the wires, it is a bad socket or bulb. You can also remove the bulb and check the contact in the socket with a volt meter or test light. Be careful to not push the probe all the way through the wire though because it will pop the fuse.
Q:Motorcycle Brake Disc Heating?
Your caliper piston is not returning and you are technically riding with your brakes on. You fix it by taking the caliper off...remove the bleed valve and working the piston in and out a few times and a little cleaning would help a lot.
Q:question about brakes in motorcycle.?
Two fingers is usually all that is needed on the front brake. You'll feel it. No need to use a monkey grip on it! As for the rear brakes, just a toe will do, or you'll be locking it up and then you have problems.
Q:How are the motorcycles running together?
Ride up smooth, then even if the run out, Suzuki heavy light, then one hundred and one more than no problem,
Q:Asked pedal motorcycle brake system why should this design?
It is recommended that you first find empty familiar with the vehicle performance habits and then on the road so safe.
Q:motorcycle rear brakes went out?
Master cylinder may need attention as well. Brake fluid is hydroscopic, meaning it absorbs moisture. This water content is capable of corroding the bores, pistons and seals of the braking system. If the brake fluid was not changed at least yearly on this bike there may be trouble lurking that only a complete dis-assembly will reveal. Condition of the components will determine if a rebuild kit or complete new bit will remedy your trouble.
Q:how do you bleed motorcycle brakes?
yep, what they said but it's hard to get all the air bubbles out by merely pumping the lever and bleeding the valve on the caliper. take a screwdriver or something similar and tap on the lines while you are pumping the lever. also make sure you are applying pressure to the lever when you open the bleed valve or otherwise you will suck more air into it making it a never ending process. -=-=-=-=-=-=- it also helps if you can find a large syringe to use with a rubber/plastic tube epoxied or zip tied to the syringe, put on bleed valve and fill the lines from the bottom. this forces all the air to rise up to the main reservoir. -=-=-=-=-=- another idea that works well is this will help you today and the next time you need to change your fliud or just bleed your brakes. see diagram on how to make a bleeder. www.texasoffroad.net/files/184539... It is a 20oz. bottle with a clear tube epoxied into the top with a loop in the hose. use zip-ties to hold the hose together to make the loop. the hose needs to fit tightly onto the bleeder valve opening. take the cover off the reseviour and open the bleeder valve. start pumping the brake, but keep a good level in the reseviour. Do this until you have completely flushed out the resevour and the hose. Close the bleeder valve, put the cover back on and then check your brakes, if they are tight you are done, if not repeat. This is the one-man way to bleed you brakes the easy way. And it works great on the line; you can bleed your brakes in less than a minute. Good luck!!!
Q:Motorcycle brake after a step on the grumble!
Listen a little sad, but just fine!
Q:Daily motorcycle to buy which manufacturers a good point
Qingqi, Wuyang, construction, Jincheng, Lifan, the new continent of these big manufacturers of motorcycles are very good.