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How do i clean the fuel injector of a 2006 suzuki boulevard?

When i roll on the throttle it slows up and boggs down. the dealer has clened injectors several times and even the tank. is it something else?

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SOURCE: Rusty Injectors

you going to have to pull the injectors out and clean them. You also better see a bout buying a type of tank coating that you pour into the tank to stop the rusting, or you are going on have this problem with it stopping up your injectors.

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Check your fuel tank vent... You might try to open the gas cap before you start it to see if that stops it from happening. If it does somehow your tank is being pressurized by your fuel pump and venting may be an issue.

Posted on Aug 31, 2009

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Even though you probably don't have that many miles on the bike, or if you do have a lot riding time on it, it sounds to me like you need a valve adjustment. That's a high reving bike for that engine that works pretty hard so you might have 1 - 3 loose valves.

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under the gas tank next to the fuel rail !

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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It isn't difficult, especially if you can get some one to hold the tank up for you. Sorry I don't have pictures.

1. remove the seat: on a stock seat there is one bolt behind the pillion, slide the pillion seat backwards out of the leather handle and undo the two bolts underneath to release the driver's seat which also slides out backwards.

2. disconnect the battery: always a good idea when working on your bike, not always necessary but generally safer.

3. remove the instruments: the instrument cluster on top of the tank is held on by three allen bolts, the front two are much easier to get to with a multi-tip-screwdriver type tool. Underneath the panel is an electrical connector in a rubber sheath. just peel the rubber back and gently work the connector loose - don't pull on the wires.

2. unbolt the tank: at the back of the tank you'll see one large bolt, undo that and slide the tank back until it is free of the rubber mounts towards the front of the bike.

3. get help: now you could do with someone to hold the tank up while you work underneath it. it is possible to do this by yourself but much, much more annoying.

4. disconnect the electrics: there are two connections to unfasten before lifting the tank. the electrical connector is most likely brown in color and connects two sets of wires, you should be able to depress the clips with your fingers and separate the wires easily. again, don't pull on the wires themselves.

5. disconnect the fuel pump: the pump is part of the tank and is connected to the injection system by a pipe with a clip on the end. this one is a bit fiddly but you should be able to depress the inner section of the clip and work the pipe free of the tank with your fingers. You may find that a little fuel spills out but it won't be very much.

Posted on Jul 02, 2011

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