Question about 2006 Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTSi UG
Dear Sir, I have a strange problem with my Pulsar 180cc UG3 (40000 KMs done). Apart from this problem there are no issues with my bike at all. Let me explain you in detail. After driving my bike for some time; vacuum gets created in the fuel tank so the petrol doesn't flow to the fuel pipe from the fuel tank. Earlier I used to face this problem once in every 2-3 days (Around 70-80 Kms run) but now I face this problem 2-3 times a day (30-40 Kms). I took out a simple solution of this problem. I open the fuel tank for 6- 10 seconds whenever I've to go somewhere and the engine performs well after this. To add to the problem; if I drive by bike and then make it rest for 30-40 mins and then while driving back if I start the bike again (Self Start) and forget to open the fuel lid; the bike stops after 500 Meters. At this point I open the lid and the bike starts in 1st go. What I can figure out is that the small hole inside fuel tanks (to rinse the rain water) is blocked so the air may not be flowing in. I checked in with some mechanics but I still face this issue. I tied to clean that hole but its so tiny that I doesn't I guess. I'll tell you about my driving habbits so that you may get some more idea. I fill the petrol from only one petrol pump every time. I fill arount 7- 10 Litres so that I don't have to worry about petrol. I use a petrol lock and always turns it off it after I reach the destination. I never leave it on Reserve or ON state. I changed the petrol lock thinking that the lock may be faulty but this problem still persists. I always kick start my bike in the morning or if I drive it after 4-5 hours. In the morning I drive a bit faster (around 70- 95 Kmph) as I always get late and has to rush to the office :). While coming back from work I drive like I am sitting on an elephant. Very slow, steady and calm (40- 55 Kmph). Please help and suggest me a perfect solution. I am tired of opening the fuel lid time and again, sometimes it is frustrating and embarrassing to do in the traffic. Apart from this my bike has no issue. No performance issue, no acceleration or breaking issue, nothing at all. My 180cc is a very good performer (Provided petrol intake in engine is running perfectly) Please E-mail me @ email@example.com
Hi, Surender you need to unblock the fuel tank vent line if it has one if it does not then you need to unblock the fuel cap venting system drill a small hole in the cap that will allow venting but no fuel escape or replace the fuel cap with a new one for this situation I would call my local dealer or reputable shop's service/parts department and inquire about any possible quick fix, answers, or parts inquiry. If necessary transport your vehicle to the dealer or shop and have a professional technician take it for a test drive, if it is in running condition, and give you a written estimate of repairs and answer any specific questions you may have about your issue. For more information about your issue please visit the website below. Good luck and have a nice day.
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