Most likely there is a sticking pin in the lock holding the key in. I'd spray some lubricant down around the sides of the key, let it sit a while and try again. Kind of wiggle the key around to move the lube around. Be careful as a broken off key is a worse problem that a stuck one
If you've not already done so, it'd probably be best to not use a wet lubricant like WD40. You should be able to find graphite powder in the lock section of your local hardware store. The dry graphite will lubricate the pins but won't attract more dirt and grime like a wet lubricant may.
What up peeps, I've had my '15 Ninja 300 ABS for a few months and I've ridden it on most days with no issues. The other night I took it for a five minute ride, parked it, came back an hour later, and it wouldn't crank. A good samaritan managed to roll start it but it died when he let go of the...
The leds with an arrow in image doesn't work animore. After a raini day the leds won't work. I have unmounted the speedometer and there is no water inside. I have checked the fusibles and everithing is fine. What You guys think i have to do. Sorry for bad English
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I'm trying to determine what my best options are for said issue.
The front seems to dive way too readily under braking.
Hell, the front end likes to dive and unsettles the bike somewhat just from rolling off the throttle.
Any suggestions and/or advice would be...
Newbie here, and new Ninja 300 SE ABS, well 2013 model, but new for us as Learners working on getting our licence here in Sydney, Australia. Had a bit of a wobble last weekend when practising for the test, tight u-turn manoeuvre and the bike and i fell over with little movement, all good but...
I've had my motorcycle for about three months now. At first the gauge was fine for like a week or two. Now all I see are the two bars and after that it's all blank. So whenever the first two bars are gone, I have no clue how low it is.
Any ideas how to fix it?