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04-13-2015, 04:38 PM, (This post was last modified: 04-13-2015, 04:39 PM by jcfulwood.)
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Emoticon_wink  2006 Yamaha Vstar 650 Hard to start after sitting over night
Hey my names Josh and I'm new on here with not much mechanical expirence. I have a serious problem with getting my 2006 yamaha v star to start after sitting for 8 or more hours. Only way to get it to start is to remove air-filter and spray some starting fluid to get it going. Will start immediately after doing that. Once started it will crank every time on first crank and run perfectly reset of the day. Once I park it for the night and it sits for 8 hours or more. The vicious cycle of trying to start the bike happens again. I live in SC so I have warm weather now. Dosent matter if its 90 or 32 outside same thing.

History

Bike sat for a period of a couple years. Had new tank put on, Carbs taken off and cleaned 3 times. New spark plugs and wires, new battery, new boots going from carbs to motor, new fuel filter and gas lines. I am able to disconnect gas line turn key on and try to start. Gas will pump out of line. I have taken plugs out and tested for spark. Spark is nice and blue. Have no idea what to do next to figure out starting problem.
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04-13-2015, 06:01 PM,
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RE: 2006 Yamaha Vstar 650 Hard to start after sitting over night
what's your idle set at
2007 1100 custom,cobra longs and pods,doubled clutch spring.
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04-13-2015, 11:22 PM,
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RE: 2006 Yamaha Vstar 650 Hard to start after sitting over night
Okay, dumb question here, are you pulling the choke to start it?

Also, put the bike in neutral, turn the key on, and let it sit for about 30 seconds before cranking.

John
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2011 V-Star 650 Custom (new in fall 2013)
V&H Cruzer Pipes, Memphis Shades Bat Wing, Floorboards, Highway Bars,
Locking Bags, Tail Rack, LED Signals & Aux Brake Lights, Headlight Modulator,
Brake Light Modulator, 5/8" Gel Pad Under Upholstery.
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04-14-2015, 08:58 AM, (This post was last modified: 04-14-2015, 09:24 AM by pauli466.)
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RE: 2006 Yamaha Vstar 650 Hard to start after sitting over night
(04-13-2015, 04:38 PM)jcfulwood Wrote: Hey my names Josh and I'm new on here with not much mechanical expirence. I have a serious problem with getting my 2006 yamaha v star to start after sitting for 8 or more hours. Only way to get it to start is to remove air-filter and spray some starting fluid to get it going. Will start immediately after doing that. Once started it will crank every time on first crank and run perfectly reset of the day. Once I park it for the night and it sits for 8 hours or more. The vicious cycle of trying to start the bike happens again. I live in SC so I have warm weather now. Dosent matter if its 90 or 32 outside same thing.

History

Bike sat for a period of a couple years. Had new tank put on, Carbs taken off and cleaned 3 times. New spark plugs and wires, new battery, new boots going from carbs to motor, new fuel filter and gas lines. I am able to disconnect gas line turn key on and try to start. Gas will pump out of line. I have taken plugs out and tested for spark. Spark is nice and blue. Have no idea what to do next to figure out starting problem.
try pulling a plug after a no start to see if it wet or dry, if dry chock choke circuit pluged maybe.they should be wet after a full choke no start. if plugs look good could be electrical, but that's unlikely. is eng light on. if so bad tps switch. also you can ohms test the pick up coil. they can act real funky at times. when they go bad. don't pull the choke more than 3/4 sometimes full is to much.at least on my 650 in warm weather full is to much. causes stumbling. those plugs should be wet after a full choke no start.
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04-14-2015, 09:27 AM,
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RE: 2006 Yamaha Vstar 650 Hard to start after sitting over night
(04-14-2015, 08:58 AM)pauli466 Wrote:
(04-13-2015, 04:38 PM)jcfulwood Wrote: Hey my names Josh and I'm new on here with not much mechanical expirence. I have a serious problem with getting my 2006 yamaha v star to start after sitting for 8 or more hours. Only way to get it to start is to remove air-filter and spray some starting fluid to get it going. Will start immediately after doing that. Once started it will crank every time on first crank and run perfectly reset of the day. Once I park it for the night and it sits for 8 hours or more. The vicious cycle of trying to start the bike happens again. I live in SC so I have warm weather now. Dosent matter if its 90 or 32 outside same thing.

History

Bike sat for a period of a couple years. Had new tank put on, Carbs taken off and cleaned 3 times. New spark plugs and wires, new battery, new boots going from carbs to motor, new fuel filter and gas lines. I am able to disconnect gas line turn key on and try to start. Gas will pump out of line. I have taken plugs out and tested for spark. Spark is nice and blue. Have no idea what to do next to figure out starting problem.
try pulling a plug after a no start to see if it wet or dry, if dry chock choke circuit pluged maybe. if wet carbs leaking into cyl. if plugs look good could be electrical, but that's unlikely. is eng light on. if so bad tps switch. also you can ohms test the pick up coil. they can act real funky at times. when they go bad. don't pull the choke more than 3/4 sometimes full is to much.at least on my 650 in warm weather full is to much. causes stumbling.
Thanks for the replies. Idle is set to moderate I suppose. It seems to run good well after it does crank.

No engine lights are on.

Pulled plugs after no start and they seem to be wet. This is one more thing I noticed is that after it ran the day before and sat over night. I came out that morning to try cranking and the very first time I hit the start button it fires off for about two seconds and then dies. Thats when the hard starting begins. Its like it burning off any fuel thats in the carbs.

I will try turning the key on and letting it sit for 30 seconds before starting next time to see if that helps.
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04-24-2019, 08:59 PM,
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RE: 2006 Yamaha Vstar 650 Hard to start after sitting over night
(04-14-2015, 09:27 AM)jcfulwood Wrote:
(04-14-2015, 08:58 AM)pauli466 Wrote:
(04-13-2015, 04:38 PM)jcfulwood Wrote: Hey my names Josh and I'm new on here with not much mechanical expirence. I have a serious problem with getting my 2006 yamaha v star to start after sitting for 8 or more hours. Only way to get it to start is to remove air-filter and spray some starting fluid to get it going. Will start immediately after doing that. Once started it will crank every time on first crank and run perfectly reset of the day. Once I park it for the night and it sits for 8 hours or more. The vicious cycle of trying to start the bike happens again. I live in SC so I have warm weather now. Dosent matter if its 90 or 32 outside same thing.

History

Bike sat for a period of a couple years. Had new tank put on, Carbs taken off and cleaned 3 times. New spark plugs and wires, new battery, new boots going from carbs to motor, new fuel filter and gas lines. I am able to disconnect gas line turn key on and try to start. Gas will pump out of line. I have taken plugs out and tested for spark. Spark is nice and blue. Have no idea what to do next to figure out starting problem.
try pulling a plug after a no start to see if it wet or dry, if dry chock choke circuit pluged maybe. if wet carbs leaking into cyl. if plugs look good could be electrical, but that's unlikely. is eng light on. if so bad tps switch. also you can ohms test the pick up coil. they can act real funky at times. when they go bad. don't pull the choke more than 3/4 sometimes full is to much.at least on my 650 in warm weather full is to much. causes stumbling.
Thanks for the replies. Idle is set to moderate I suppose. It seems to run good well after it does crank.

No engine lights are on.

Pulled plugs after no start and they seem to be wet. This is one more thing I noticed is that after it ran the day before and sat over night. I came out that morning to try cranking and the very first time I hit the start button it fires off for about two seconds and then dies. Thats when the hard starting begins. Its like it burning off any fuel thats in the carbs.

I will try turning the key on and letting it sit for 30 seconds before starting next time to see if that helps.

Hello, I was wondering if you ever solved the starting problem? My 2005 VStar 650 Classic is doing the same thing. Sometimes it will go ahead and start if I don't choke it at all. Thanks
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