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Its just a small spring but i cant locate an anchor where it fits
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: honda VF 750 1983 wont start
Initially, pls determine if there is sufficient vacuum on each cylinder. Remove air cleaner, housing and expose the carbs. Crank the engine while trying to cover the carb opening with the palm of your hand. If there is vacuum, then your palm would be wet with fuel. If there is little or none at all, then there is a leak between the carbs and the intake manifold.
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Posted on Nov 11, 2008
Do yourself a favor > > purchase a factory service manual. I am not being flip when I say this. It sounds like someone has been into the engine and done who knows what. Ignition timing is simple enough but what if the prior owner messed with the overhead cam chain? OHV timing could be way off. Are the carburetors in sync and balanced? The manual should walk you through the service proceedures and settings. The manual costs a lot less than the repair shop but if you don't have the proper tools and knowledge of engine repair this engine is not one to just tinker with.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
have had the same problem many times. spray carb cleaner into hole where the brass plunger is located give it a little time to let the cleaner work. put some force on the cable it may come out if not remove the cable at the other end so you can remove carb to work on it
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
Those are tricky but all it takes is to push the cap down and screww it in, then firmly grasp the cap and turn it till it lines up flush to where its supposed to sit.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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