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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-24-2019, 08:51 PM Thread Starter
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I have a 06 Suzuki Boulevard C50T the back cylinder is not firing right the pop does not get hot I have checked the coil with a meter change the spark plugs had the fuel injectors cleaned and for some reason it will not idle and it you got a rib it really high to get it to get any kind of motion going because it feels like I'm riding 35 down the road like a moped. I would really like it if somebody could help.
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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-24-2019, 09:33 PM
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welcome...hang in there...hopefully someone here will be able to help you troubleshoot a solution.

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Check simple things first, such as, is the air filter plugged?
Is there water in the fuel?
Is any of the ignition or fuel injection wiring rubbing on the frame, engine, fuel tank and shorting out?

Check the compression for each cylinder, and if possible, a more sophisticated leak-down compression test should be performed.

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I had a similar problem recently just after a valve adjustment. I failed to tighten the locking nut enough on one of the intake valves on the rear cylinder and shortly after starting and running for a minute or two the adjuster backed off completely not allowing one of the two intake valves to open. I basically lost the rear cylinder. Working on the principle of check what you did last I found the problem pretty quickly. When was the last time you had your valves adjusted?
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I emptied the tank and put fresh fuel in it, changed plugs, even used a meter to check the primary and secondary coil test, but it wont idle and i can still grab the back cylinder exhaust pipe after i rev It Up
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Have you tried the simple test of pulling the spark plug, attaching the wire and seeing if you have spark?

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Yes sir, i have even use the plug test light and grounding th plug out
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Could the lefters being too tight or loose cause this?
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Its seems to have good compression, could it be a air/fuel problem? And how would i test/check that?
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