Question about 2002 BMW K 1200 LT
My bike was in storage for 1.5 years and not run once. It has 10K miles on it. When I finally tried to start it, the engine acted like it was not getting enough fuel. If I continually pump the throttle I can keep it running, but if I stop pumping, the engine dies. I drained the old gas and replaced it with fresh premium fuel and still the same result. I replaced the plugs thinking they might be fouled but they were fairly clean and the new ones did not change the issue
Do you think it is a plugged fuel filter? Dirty injectors? Perhaps a bad fuel pump?
I am in need of some expert advice! Thanks!
This sounds like you just need to clean up the fuel system.
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