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    Bike key holder got down, like 5cm it went down, still I can put key and pull up but it wont stand there its like a spring action but its not standing up and its always getting down .

    When I put my key in bike usually that key holder will be in top, now few days back it got down. Now also I am able to put ket and start my bike but key holder is like fallen into a pit

    please let me know what to do.. i have just completed my 2 free service for my bike. whether i can ask show room people about this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kumarbiker View Post
    Bike key holder got down, like 5cm it went down, still I can put key and pull up but it wont stand there its like a spring action but its not standing up and its always getting down .

    When I put my key in bike usually that key holder will be in top, now few days back it got down. Now also I am able to put ket and start my bike but key holder is like fallen into a pit

    please let me know what to do.. i have just completed my 2 free service for my bike. whether i can ask show room people about this?
    I think pictures can help us for better understanding, send some pics for us to see it clearly and analyse it and as you said you completed your second service, it's best if you show these things to service station people and ask for a replace. . .

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    Default Re: Yamaha SS125- key holder problem

    go to an ASC ASAP.....

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    Today I went to Yamaha service centre and the issue is solved. The ignition lock bolt was very loose, it was about to fall down.. So they tightened it.

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