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Oil in carb bowl and smoking alot after summer storage

I have a 2004 yamaha sx venom sled, any ideas

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  • Chris Kennedy Jan 24, 2009

    Do you mean the PVC valve, if not what is the PC valve and where is it located, thanks so much for your help.

  • Chris Kennedy Jan 25, 2009

    Thanks will check it out.

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Pc valve may be stuck.

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

  • Troy Bennett Jan 25, 2009

    It is the PVC valve sorry. There is a black hose coming out of valve cover on top of engine. it may be blowing oil back into the carburetor.

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