Motor sounds like something loose inside dash flickers on and off


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Motor sounds like something loose inside dash flickers on and off

Post by wingman83 » Sun Jul 22, 2018 9:52 pm



A couple months ago I had right side head gasket replaced. When I got bike bake sounded like something. Loose at timing belts only once in while so checked fluids oil was way low water was also low so topped all off wasn't happy considering I paid more then shop quoted me one reason I was reluctant to take bike bake no dont trust them so that was first ride second ride no issues third ride wife and I was about 1 mile into ride bike started making loud noise but in motor so got to place could turn around noise cleared but still took it home so now I feel like there is something loose inside engine so dont mess with bike for couple weeks so I decided to start bike try figure wats going on bike starts loiyd noise and lights flicker like going crazy digital dash so turn it off few days later start it again runs ok but not like it should so I decide ride uukp rd see what it does make it a block dash goes crazy dont have any power wants to die going back home is it pisible guy worked on it didn't righting something the sound seems like at mid to back of motor any one have idea what could be or how to check it out I'm on low fixed income so can't afford put in shop to look for problem I just dont know if its the shops fault or just quensidence it runs bad or its his fault any idea will help thank yal



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Re: Motor sounds like something loose inside dash flickers on and off

Post by DaveO430 » Mon Jul 23, 2018 6:28 am

Heck of a read without any punctuation. Check the rotor bolt at the left rear of the engine.

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