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Just bought an rmz 250 2004 hard to start but easy to bump how do i tell what the problem is heard it could be many things

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  • rotaman Mar 20, 2009

    have rmz 250 04 model hard to start when cold if dont get it right the first time it just wont start

  • Anonymous May 23, 2009

    just bought an rmz 250. 2004 model. it supposedly ran fine when parked 10 months ago, but now wont kickstart. pushstarts ok, but still wont idle.(dies when let off of throttle). i put in fresh gas, and cleaned the float bowl. blew out the jets too.

    im thinkin maybe the valve adjustment, or maybe the jetting???

    i would greatly appreciate some input. thank you!

    please shoot me a quick e-mail @ markaturner@yahoo.com

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I just had the same problem on my 04 its the valves they need to be adjusted

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Typical intake-valve. If the compression is low, there is no doubt

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Are u using the choke ,check compression may be low motor job needed

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  • bmadd6065 Jan 23, 2009

    check compression, ??? using fresh gas ?? , tune up???

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