Engine temperature doesn't seem to affect the problem, but time does.
At one point last week, I let the ATV sit for 5 days in my garage ( daytime OAT approx 75° max), and the recoil starter ignited the engine with only a few easy pulls.
A hour later, I even discharged the capacitor to ground,. waited a hour, and the recoil starter did his job fine. But thereafter if I try to start it within a hour, or even a day or two, he's cannot ignite the engine.
I stripped off the engine cowling and checked every inch of wiring and connectors for damage or looseness. There weren't none no how.
I've been searching online for an electrical wiring schematic for this 2019 Honda four Trx 4X4, but I just can't hardly find one to no how.
I found one for a 2007, But the online diagram truncated at the point where the lead from the capacitor joined in to the rest of the chassis wiring.
"You jes' cane-t hardly win ".
This is a thinker, because your f.i.would be powered by the battery when the key is turned on the cap is not needed, does it do it when the bike is just cold or have you tried it when hot? I'm thinking when cold and oil is thicker the motor isn't spinning quick enough? Just a few ideas.....
I wasn't sure if Mel was razzing me, if he was, he made me chuckle.
I'm in Ontario, Canada. How about you?
I was talking to the dealer and he recommended a pump pressure test. I had been to a hydraulics supplier last week seeing if I could get a fitting to adapt to the 8mm oil ports. We figured I could rig a manifold gauge for around $115 cdn. To test it at he honda shop, they would charge their shop rate which is about the same. So I'm leaning towards making my own. Right now, I'm riding my wife's 09 Rancher AT. It's the same bike and I've taken my accessories off my 13 and put them on hers.