On days with flooded roads, it is crucial to act wisely to avoid damaging your motorcycle and incurring significant costs. Don’t let a small mistake lead to big consequences. Take care to navigate through the flooded areas with caution and avoid stalling your engine.

Doing so can save you a lot of money on repair costs and keep your motorcycle in good condition for years to come.

For Manual Transmission Motorcycle: #Dream #Wave #Sirius #Future #Jupiter…when entering a deeply flooded area:

At this point safely navigate through flooded areas on your motorbike, and take it to a drier, higher place. If your motorbike stalls due to flooding, avoid repeatedly trying to start the engine after 1 or 2 attempts. This can cause more damage to the electric starter and won’t fix the problem. Seek professional help to diagnose and repair any issues instead.

Conclusion: Save money on repairs by taking the time to safely push your motorbike to a repair shop or push it out of the flooded area. Spending a few tens of thousands on repairs is better than risking costly damage from repeatedly trying to start the engine.

In case of luck:

When starting the engine normally, you should return to 0 and rev the engine so that if there is water in the exhaust pipe, it will be pushed out.

Use the tool to remove the spark plug, wipe it dry, and then reinstall it, which is often provided by instructions when buying a new motorbike.

For Automatic Transmission Motorcycle:  #Vespa #SH #Airblade #Vario #Vision #AB125 #AB150 #Janus #Nouvo #Lead #SH350i

If you own a scooter, it’s important to be aware that the engine and ventilation pipe of the automatic transmission (lap) are positioned low, making it easy for water to seep in. This can cause the engine oil to become acidic and appear milky instead of its normal yellow color. It’s important to keep an eye on the color and consistency of your scooter’s engine oil to ensure it’s in good condition.

When the vehicle stalls due to flooding, the driver should not try to restart the vehicle, which may cause further damage to the vehicle (hydraulic shock). What you need to do is take your car out of the flooded area and find a nearby repair shop.

Especially with scooters, when entering a flooded area but the vehicle does not turn off the engine, the vehicle must still be inspected.

Drain all lap gear oil, clean again, and replace with new lubricant to ensure there is no water mixed in the lubricant.

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