Motorcycle Electrical Systems: Troubleshooting and Repair (Motorbooks Workshop): Troubleshooting and Repair (Motorbooks Workshop): Troubleshooting and Repair (Motorbooks Workshop) Paperback – Illustrated, 1 Mar 2007
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Provides a sound foundation for any enthusiast to work on their elecrtircal systems...His explanations and illustrations are both clear and concise, and the flow of the book is geared towards building the confidence level of the reader...Tracey's 25 years of experience in the automotive field resonate throguh the pages of the book, and give credebility to his explanations and assesments. I'd recommend it for both the library and the workshop of any enthusiast --Motorcycle Consumer News
It's written in a friendly, conversational manner in layman's language, not dry engineer-speak...I co-authored an electric troubleshooting manual for Haynes some years ago, so I have some experience with this subject. Mr Martin has done an excellent job providing the basic principles involved with motorcycle electrical systems in an applicable, practicle, and useful manner...We recommend it for anyone who works on Harleys or wants to learn more about how they work --American Rider
Motorcycle electrics have always been a problem area, and is daunting to even the most adept home mechanic. Yet, the more important, involved and complex, these systems become the most essential to the machine's functions. With this book you can find faults, understand what has gone wrong, and fix the electrical systems and components that make the bike run. Tracy Martin is a veteran technician, and brings decades of experience to this book. He explains how systems work, details various tools needed - such as multimeters and test lights- and takes readers on a guided tour of electrical wiring and systems with hands-on projects, giving clear, concise, step-by-step instructions for diagnosis and repair.
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If you want an in depth explanation of how all bike systems work then this is not it, but it does give some good tips on finding faults and giving a brief guide to starting and charging systems etc.
This is certainly a good book for the beginner or somebody looking to cure a fault on there own bike.
Worth every penny.
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good book to read, gives s good explanation albeit more focused towards v twins.Published 13 months ago by Peter Wadley
Very useful. Staff have used this with Level 1 & 2 MotorCycle Maintenance groups on IMIAL courses.Published 18 months ago by C. Seabrook
this is one of those must have books. helped me out no end of times. transferable skills as the knowledge has helped me with cars and vans too.Published 21 months ago by S. Parker