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Question about 2004 YZ 125

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...is gas need to remove carb and clean jets. before you remove it seal off the back of carb with hand and have someone to kick it over a few times if its a small clogg this just might remove it GOOD ...

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Question about 2003 YZ 125

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carb and next Remove the water trap bowl at the bottom of the petcock, (gas valve). Dump it, clean it and re-mount it. Turn the gas on, wait a moment for the float bowl to fill with gas then give it a

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...carb is to remove it from the motor, disassemble it and clean it using a small brush. If you have never done this before just take you time and make sure you have a clean work space to do this in. ...

remove carby / dismantle / clean. sounds right. i got a ktm that was doin the same thing. took the carb off cleaned it. then adjusted the screws to factory settings and it was good to go. kicks on the

Question about 2003 YZ 125

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...but revs good in neutrul Sounds too lean to me or lacking fuel. Partially blocked jet in carb. May have to remove / clean. Check also that carb butterfly / piston is travelling to full open

Question about 2003 YZ 125

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...any ideas what it might be???? MAKE SURE YOU HAVE SPARK AT THE PLUG MAKE SURE YOU HAVE COMPRESSION REMOVE PLUG PUT FINGER OVER HOLE AND KICK IF YOU HAVE BOTH OF THOSE TRY CLEANING THE JETS IN THE ...

won't start with out spraying gas in carb, won't stay running make sure your fuel lines and filter are clean,hooked up and the fuel valve is set to on.Also check your vacuum hoses,if one is off you ...

Question about 2003 YZ 125

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...Remove the carb and then the float bowl. Clean the carb and remount it. stuck float, before you tear it apart try hiting the bottom of the carb with the handle of a screw driver, if that doesnt help ...

Question about 2004 YZ 125

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Remove the float bowl and clean the carb using spray carb cleaner. Gently lift the float and the flow of gas should stop. Lower the float and the flow should start again. Please rate my answer. Thanks

...carb this will remove oxidation and road film from the carb also when dirt or oxidation build up occures this will cause the carb to deliver heavy amounts of fuel to the cylinders and at low rpm it ...

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