Question about Motorcycles
Has a gas leak from somewhere behind or above the gas tap, delealer shop warns me not to take apart gas tap tp check it as there is a vacume line as well as 2 otherhoses to deal with. what can I do?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Leaking Fuel tap (petcock)
This sounds like a vacuum lock pet ****. 3 position? run, prime,and reserve? If you have it on pri, You will fuel running or not. If set on run, then you will only pass fuel when engine is running, and of course res. when tank is used up. Is this leak at the valve? or from the tank or internally flowing? Tis should also be a gravity feed fuel system, please correct me if I'm wrong. good luck. Long fuel lines are not prefered on gravity feed systems.
Posted on May 21, 2009
SOURCE: sym husky compatible engines
Why not fix the original engine? What went wrong? Aside from that, try googling " motorcycle salvage Sym Husky " and just " Sym Husky ". A couple of bikes are for sale on the 2nd one. I don't know of any model compatabilitys.
Posted on May 23, 2009
SOURCE: Fuel leak underneath bike
Most likely comes from the carburetor's overflow tube.Start looking in there to rule out the possibility of overflowing.If it is so you need carbs cleaning and adjusting.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
sounds like the vacuum hose is not like the heat& sucking shut you could try useing fuel hose in its place it withstands heat a bit better though personaly I would change back to the standard fuel tap after all thats what honda designed her too run with
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
SOURCE: pls respond.
Hi.. Try replacing the rectifier (the one charging the battery) Check your electrical wires and see if there's any short of some sort. Replace battery if you haven't replaced it since you got the bike.
Hope it helps!
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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