Troubleshooting Problem Symptoms Table

Use the table below to help you find the cause of the problem. The numbers indicate the priority of the likely cause of the problem. Check each part in order. If necessary, replace parts.

Symptom

Suspect Area

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1. Oil {Level low)

MX-4

Noise

2 Oil (Wrong)

MX^l

3. Gear (Worn o' damaged)

MX-9

4 Searing (Worn or damaged)

MX-9

1. Oil (Level too high)

MX-4

3. Otl seal (Worn or damaged)

MX 4 MX-4

4.0-Ring {Worn or damaged)

MX-4

1. Control cable (Faulty)

MX-52

2. Synchronizer ring (Worn or damaged)

MX-4 MX-29

Hard to shift or will not Shift

MX 38

3. Shitting key spring {Damaged)

MX-4 MX-29 MX-3S

1. Lockirag ball spring (Damaged)

MX-4

Jumps out of gear

2. Gear shift fork (Worn)

3. Gear (Worn or damaged)

MX-4 MX-4

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4. Soaring (Worn or damaged)

MX-4

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