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96 Vulcan 800 classic gas mixed with oil blue smoke coming from exhaust oil running out of exhaust manifolds


Gas mixed with oil? Not on purpose I hope as the Vulcan's ran on straight gas.
If you're getting oil from the bottom end into the cylinders it will probablt be from either the piston rings or the valve stems. Either way, it's fairly major maintenance that most people rely on a shop to take care of. Personally, I would. I had a '95 Vulcan 750. Excellent bike but a bit small for me.

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I have 750 Vulcan that will not start when warms up


Does the check engine light come on? That behaviour is normally caused by the camshaft sensor.

Sep 20, 2014 | 1986-1990 Kawasaki Vn750a Vulcan 750...

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Leaking gas from the top exhaust pipe


You obviously. Have a dead cylinder. It could be caused by a few. Things a flooding carburetor would be the most likely but it could also be caused by a bad coil, plug wire, or dead plug.

Apr 07, 2014 | 2000 kawasaki VN 800 Vulcan Classic

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Pilot lights but won't stay on in my older style vulcan space heater. thermo couple was replaced last year.any ideas that i could try thanks


Most common cause of pilot light problems is air movement. If your space heater exhausts gas through the roof, ensure the cap is on and level. If not, outside air movement will blow out the pilot. If you do not have an exhaust gas duct, check that the unit is positioned so that it does not blow air back onto itself from walls, furniture, etc, and ensure no other devices that move air are aimed towards the unit. The unit also needs to be placed away from central ducting, including return vents.

Hope this helps!

Aug 09, 2010 | Vulcan AUW230A Heater

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I have a 94 kawasaki vulcan 750 that ran out of gas. after i filled it, it started running rough and would die when idleing. i added sea foam to the gas because i thought it would clean whatever was in the...


sometimes if you run out of fuel it can **** all the **** into the fuel filter causing slight fuel starvation making the engine run hotter as believe it or not fuel also has some cooling and lubing effects on your engine thus giving you sone smoke out of your exhaust as it's trying to burn off the carbon in your tailpipe.
Know it's a long shot but it may just be this.

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Apr 22, 2010 | 1994 kawasaki VN 750 Vulcan

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How do you assemble a vulcan 750 carb


Did you find the solution? I have a service manual, and can scan the pages in and email them to you if you would like. i_dudditz@yahoo.com

Mar 06, 2010 | 1987 kawasaki VN 750 Vulcan

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Smells like gas and when i press on the gas it putters. white smoke coming out of exhaust


White smoke is usually a sign of head gasket problems.Gas smell could be the unburnt fuel from the cylinder head which is the source of the problem.

Jul 14, 2009 | 1986 Ford Bronco

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Carbuerator


Wow , its been a while since I have seen one of those.
The carbs have to be calibrated on those. To insure same airflow and so on. But as I remember the rear cylinder does run a little hotter on those, seems it doesn't get the air that the front one gets. And over time it runs a little hotter. The v45 and the 700 Vulcan had the same trouble in those years.

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