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Honda Click 125i 2017 keeps stalling

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It used to happen every month or so, usually at junction to turn and when i accelerated away to turn the engine stalled. This morning it stalled again and wouldn't start after a few tries. 20 minutes later it started ok so i took it to Mityon, i explained but maybe it was lost in translation as they did a 100 baht service, no idea what they did. Anyway it's happened again just now.

 

So after searching on google people seem to suggest:

1) new battery required

2) Faulty side stand

3) Faulty kill switch (although there isn't one so that's out).

 

What's the latest thinking on the cause?

 

What's the thai word for stalling?

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I once had a similar behaviour with a PCX, in my case it was a faulty spark plug.

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15 minutes ago, scubascuba3 said:

2) Faulty side stand

3) Faulty kill switch (although there isn't one so that's out).

lots of these scooters have a kill switch built into the side stand  and ( often) the front brake lever needs to be engaged to start the engine...  does it always happen just after a turn..maybe turning the same way ?  could be a trapped/worn wire in the wiring loom.

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Just now, BritManToo said:

Engine overheat because there's no oil after a valve failed.

if it lost all/most of the oil ( or failed valve) you would notice a very  pronounced drop in performance...similar to when the tyres are almost flat slow and "sticky"  , the shop should have noticed if there was very little oil and hopefully said something...but T.I.T

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32 minutes ago, scubascuba3 said:

What's the latest thinking on the cause?

Could be a number of things if you are not able to find faults then take it to a Honda dealership along with a Thai person.

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14 minutes ago, johng said:

if it lost all/most of the oil ( or failed valve) you would notice a very  pronounced drop in performance...similar to when the tyres are almost flat slow and "sticky"  , the shop should have noticed if there was very little oil and hopefully said something...but T.I.T

Having done this to my own Click I can definitely say ........

The only noticeable loss in performance is when the engine finally seizes.

The garage I took mine to, didn't notice the lack of oil.

It costs around 6,000bht for the rebuild.

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Maybe dirty air filter.

Try this shop,

Pattaya Klang near 3rd road.

Ask for Mac.

 

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25 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

Engine overheat because there's no oil after a valve failed. It'll start 20 mins later because the engine has cooled down a bit. 125i has overheat cutout, which usually comes on when you aren't moving, as the air cooling has gone.

I got an oil change this morning anyway as it was due the 12k change soon, but it stalled after so not that problem i guess.

 

I just took it back to Mityon, guy seemed to understand this time, noticed the revs were too low, said he made an adjustment, ok on the way back but doesn't mean the problem has gone. As the issue is daily now i should know if its fixed or not in a day or two

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41 minutes ago, johng said:

lots of these scooters have a kill switch built into the side stand  and ( often) the front brake lever needs to be engaged to start the engine...  does it always happen just after a turn..maybe turning the same way ?  could be a trapped/worn wire in the wiring loom.

today it stalled whilst reversing out of parking, also when going down Buakhao. Not turning right this time, which is perhaps coincidentally the most common situation

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Have the carburetor and the spark plug checked.

 

What you described here is exactly what happened to my little bike

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51 minutes ago, sensei said:

Have the carburetor and the spark plug checked.

 

What you described here is exactly what happened to my little bike

I assume they can check the battery, carburetor and spark plugs easy enough?

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2 minutes ago, jackdd said:

A 2017 Click doesn't have a carburator

Mechanic made an adjustment so the revs were higher yesterday, what would he have adjusted?

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