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MOT History from tests of petrol LONGJIA UNKNOWNs year 2014

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mot history
Pass percent:69.13%
(The average a petrol LONGJIA UNKNOWN year 2014 passes without issue)
Based on:230 MOT Tests
Most common failuresNo# failures
Headlamp aim out of alignment19
Horn not working |1.7.3a|4
Rear Brake lever has inadequate reserve travel |3.1.3b|4
Steering movement excessively `notchy` with the wheel raised |2.2.1b|3
Horn not working |7.7 |a| |ii||3
Front Stop lamp not working |4.3.1 |a| |ii||3
Front Roller brake test indicates excessive fluctuation of brake effort |3.3.A1d|2
Exhaust is leaking and excessively noisey |7.1.1b|2
Steering headbearing has excessive free play |2.2.2|2
Headlamp aim beam image kick up to the offside |1.6|2
Rear Stop lamp not working |4.3.1 |a| |ii||2
Front Roller brake test indicates a binding brake |3.3.A1a|2
Stop lamp does not illuminate immediately a brake applies |1.3.1a|2
Steering movement excessively `notchy` with the weight on the lower bearing |2.2.1a|2
Front wheel bearings are excessively rough |2.3.5b|2
Registration plate lamp issues2
Front Position lamp not working |4.2.1 |a||2
Front Stop lamp not working (4.3.1 (a) (ii))2
Front Stop lamp does not illuminate immediately a brake applies |1.3.1a|1
Front Steering headbearing has excessive free play |2.2.2|1
Front Headlamp aim not tested |1.6|1
Front Lower Front position lamp does not illuminate immediately when switched on |1.1.3a|1
Stop lamp does not illuminate immediately a brake applies by front brake lever |1.3.1a|1
Rear Rear position lamp does not illuminate immediately when it is switched on |1.1.3a|1
Rear position lamp adversely affected by the operation of another lamp when low beam turned on rear go`s out |1.1.3b|1
Rear Stop lamp remains on when the brake is released |1.3.1e|1
Rear position lamp incorrect colour |1.1.2b|1
Stop lamp emits other than a steady red light |1.3.1b|1
Headlamp insecure |4.1.1 |c||1
Horn missing |1.7.1|1
Central Front Steering headbearing has excessive free play |2.2.2|1
Central Front Steering linkage has excessive free play |2.2.2|1
Roller brake test The less effective brake control does not achieve an efficiency of 25%. |3.3.A2b|1
Front suspension assembly component excessively corroded. |2.3.1|1
Rear position lamp does not illuminate immediately when it is switched on |1.1.3a|1
Headlamp at least one does not illuminate on main beam |1.2.2a|ii||1
Front Brake excessively binding |1.2.1 |f||1
Nearside Rear Direction indicator incorrect colour |4.4.3 |a||1
Offside Rear Direction indicator incorrect colour |4.4.3 |a||1
Steering headbearing excessively stiff or notchy |2.2.2 |f| |i||1
Throttle operating incorrectly |6.2.1f|1
All position lamps do not illuminate immediately when switched on |1.1.3a|1
Front Position lamp likely to become detached |4.2.1 |c| |ii||1
Front Wheel bearing play so excessive it is likely to break up |5.1.3 |a| |ii||1
Front Steering lock stop ineffective |2.1.3|1
Front Headlamp at least one does not illuminate on dipped beam |1.2.2a|i||1
Headlamp aim not tested dipped beam not working |4.1.2 |b||1
Front Brake lever insecure |3.1.2a|1
Headlamp switch insecure |1.2.4|1
Direction indicators flashing more than 120 times per minute |1.5.1c|1
Rear position lamp adversely affected by the operation of another lamp |1.1.3b|1
Offside Rear Front suspension assembly component excessively corroded. |2.3.1|1
Roller brake test Neither brake control achieves an efficiency of 25% |3.3.A2b|1
Front Position lamp missing |4.2.1 |a||1
Headlamp aim so that beam "kick up" is not visible on the screen No pattern |4.1.2 |a||1
Stop lamp not working Front and rear operation |4.3.1 |a| |ii||1
Front Brake indicates excessive fluctuation of brake effort |1.2.1 |e||1
Front Wheel bearing rough when rotated |5.1.3 |b| |i||1
Stop lamp remains on when the brake is released |1.3.1e|1
Front Front position lamp does not illuminate immediately when switched on |1.1.3a|1
Indicator switch inoperative |4.4.2 |a| |ii||1
Rear Rear reflector likely to become detached on rear mud guard |4.8.1 |b| |ii||1
Nearside Front Direction indicators flashing more than 120 times per minute |1.5.1c|1
Offside Front Direction indicators flashing more than 120 times per minute |1.5.1c|1
Nearside Rear Direction indicators flashing more than 120 times per minute |1.5.1c|1
Offside Rear Direction indicators flashing more than 120 times per minute |1.5.1c|1
Rear position lamp damaged and function impaired |1.1.1b|1
Front wheel bearings have excessive free play |2.3.5b|1
Rear Brake component has restricted free movement and operation is likely to be impeded |3.2.A1h|1
Rear shock absorber has inadequate damping effect. |2.4.A.3b|1
Throttle operating incorrectly Throttle cable insecure at switch housing, throttle will not return correctly |6.2.1f|1
Headlamp at least one does not illuminate on dipped beam Dipped beam headlamp not working |1.2.2a|i||1
Headlamp aim not tested |1.6|1
Offside Rear Direction indicator incorrect colour O/S rear indicator showing white light |1.5.1b|1
Front Motorcycle structure insecure and likely to affect the correct functioning of the steering or braking mud fender |6.1.1c|1
Steering movement excessively stiff with the weight on the lower bearing |2.2.1a|1
Steering movement excessively rough with the weight on the lower bearing |2.2.1a|1
Headlamp light intensity severely reduced no beam pattern |4.1.4 |a||1
Stop lamp not working brake light n/w with left control |4.3.1 |a| |ii||1
Nearside Direction indicators flashing more than 120 times per minute |1.5.1c|1
Offside Direction indicators flashing more than 120 times per minute |1.5.1c|1
Horn is not a constant note |1.7.3c|1
Headlamp not working on dipped beam |4.1.1 |a| |ii||1
Stop lamp not working |4.3.1 |a| |ii||1
Throttle operating incorrectly not returning to closed position |6.2.7 |a| |i||1
Stop lamp does not illuminate immediately a brake applies front brake |1.3.1a|1
Headlamp insecure |1.2.3b|1
Steering control handlebar movement restricted by taut cables |2.1.2c|1
Nearside Rear Direction indicator not working |1.5.1c|1
Front Brake indicates excessive fluctuation of brake effort disc bent |1.2.1 |e||1
Nearside Rear Direction indicator not working |4.4.1 |a| |ii||1
Offside Rear Direction indicator not working |4.4.1 |a| |ii||1
Rear Position lamp not working |4.2.1 |a||1
Front Forks excessively corroded both |2.2.2 |d| |i||1
Roller brake test The less effective brake control does not achieve an efficiency of 25% |1.2.2 |a| |i||1
Rear Brake effort inadequate at a wheel |1.2.1 |a| |i||1
Stop lamp not working not working on control one |4.3.1 |a| |ii||1
Front Brake linkage has restricted free movement |1.1.15 |e||1
Fuel cap ineffective |6.1.3 |b| |i||1
All direction indicators not working |4.4.1 |a| |ii||1
Front Stop lamp not working brake |4.3.1 |a| |ii||1
Rear Stop lamp not working brake |4.3.1 |a| |ii||1
Headlamp aim so that beam "kick up" is not visible on the screen |4.1.2 |a||1
Wheel alignment incorrect which adversely affects the steering |2.4 |a||1
Steering operation fouling on the fuel tank or bodywork on full lock |2.1.4 |b||1
Offside Direction indicator not working (4.4.1 (a) (ii))1
Horn not working (7.7 (a) (ii))1
Rear Upper Shock absorber has an excessively worn bush (5.3.2 (c))1
Front Wheel bearing has excessive play (5.1.3 (a) (i))1
Steering headbearing excessively stiff or notchy (2.2.2 (f) (i))1
Rear Brake lever has insufficient reserve travel (1.1.2 (a))1
Rear Position lamp not working (4.2.1 (a))1
Rear Stop lamp showing white light to the rear rear lens corner broken off, replace when possible (4.3.3 (a) (ii))1
Brake lever insecure (1.1.2 (e) (i))1
Stop lamp remains on when the brakes are released1
Headlamp aim not tested (4.1.2 (b))1
Headlamp not working on dipped beam (4.1.1 (a) (ii))1
Brake lever cannot be applied smoothly (3.1.3d)1
Position lamp switch insecure (1.1.4b)1

We get to these numbers by trawling through over 1 billion MOT test results since 2004 and crunched the numbers. We remove anything to do with Tyres, as they are model independent and group together common non-model specific issues. We are trying to get to a picture of what models have what issues.

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