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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 06-03-2017, 03:06 PM Thread Starter
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Hei, Hondaen fusker ved pådrag, da må jeg clutchen å ruse for å liksom renske opp systemet. Har skiftet luftmengdemåleren uten forandring. Noen som har forslag? Kan det vere dysene, pluggene, bensinpumpa eller eller. Takker for svar?PJAa
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Hei, Hondaen fusker ved pådrag, da må jeg clutchen å ruse for å liksom renske opp systemet. Har skiftet luftmengdemåleren uten forandring. Noen som har forslag? Kan det vere dysene, pluggene, bensinpumpa eller eller. Takker for svar?PJAa

PJ.What was the bike acting like before you changed the air filter,that didn't change your symptoms??

If you were getting bad or reduced fuel mileage?

Start with the easy stuff first.

Try a Fuel Injection cleaner.

I'm sure you can find some in Norway.

Here the popular cleaners are.

Techron. "Concentrate Plus" The best of the 4 formulas.



Seafoam is also widely used to clean fuel injectors.

Follow label instructions for the amount of gallons.

I tend to use double the strength the first time for better cleaning strength,then as directed as a regular part of keeping things clean.



Please explain more about what you need help trying fix??.
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Hello and welcome to the forum.

Hei og velkommen til forumet.

I'm translating this via Google Translate:
Hi, Honda is cheating on my case, then I have to clutch to clean up my system. Has changed the airflow meter without change. Anyone who has suggestions? Could it be the nozzles, the plugs, the gas pump or or. Thanks for answering? PJAa


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I'm translating this via Google Translate

I still don't understand.

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I still don't understand.
Even translating the post it still doesn't make sense in English.


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Hei og velkommen til forumet.

I'm translating this via Google Translate:
Hi, Honda is cheating on my case, then I have to clutch to clean up my system. Has changed the airflow meter without change. Anyone who has suggestions? Could it be the nozzles, the plugs, the gas pump or or. Thanks for answering? PJAa
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Even translating the post it still doesn't make sense in English.
Not being able to put something in context is a major problem with online translation. If you translate the three words after honda by themselves, you get cheating by appointment.

The bike is an SEI so it would have fuel injection. On cars there is a meter to measure the airflow so the computer can calculate the correct injector on time to give the correct air fuel ratio.


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My Honda is stalling when I open the throttle and I have to engage the clutch to keep the engine from dying. Changing the airflow meter did not fix the problem. Does anyone have any suggestions? Could it be the fuel injector nozzles, the spark plugs, the fuel pump or is there something else that could cause this? Thanks for any help you can give me.
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i wonder why everyone recommends seafoam, i cant understand what he say and i doubt he may be able to get seafoam on the country he is from...
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Not being able to put something in context is a major problem with online translation. If you translate the three words after honda by themselves, you get cheating by appointment.

The bike is an SEI so it would have fuel injection. On cars there is a meter to measure the airflow so the computer can calculate the correct injector on time to give the correct air fuel ratio.


A possible reinterpretation is
My Honda is stalling when I open the throttle and I have to engage the clutch to keep the engine from dying. Changing the airflow meter did not fix the problem. Does anyone have any suggestions? Could it be the fuel injector nozzles, the spark plugs, the fuel pump or is there something else that could cause this? Thanks for any help you can give me.
It doesn't have an air flow meter so that doesn't translate either. Probably either the throttle position sensor or the PB (vacuum) sensors or their vacuum hoses.

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i wonder why everyone recommends seafoam, i cant understand what he say and i doubt he may be able to get seafoam on the country he is from...
Because its easier than finding and fixing the actual problem.
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