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How dose the gas tank come off

Bike not geting any gas.

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    mwh2454 Jan 07, 2013

    I have a suzuki 2004 VL 800 Intruder.

  • Mike Haynes Jan 08, 2013

    there are 2 hoses attached to the fuel valve and a fuel gague wire under the tank that has to be unplugged when lifting the tank. First remove the 3 allen bolts holding the meter on and unplug it. then ubolt the seat starting with the rear seat allen bolt at rear of seat. this will expose the front seat allen bolts remove front seat then the 12 mm headed bolt at the rear of the fuel tank. Unplug hoses and wires as mentioned and lift tank off. Inspect small hose well, this hose is bad about rotting and will cause a loss of fuel delivery from the tank.

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What model and year bike do you have?

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SOURCE: bike is noy geting gas but engine is turning

rebuild carb

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SOURCE: bike is noy geting gas but engine is turning

If it's been sitting for two years, you need to clean the carburetor. The gasoline has evaporated in the float bowl and the residue has clogged the jets.

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Posted on May 18, 2010

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