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Float wont shut off fuel when raised

2003 suzuki dr-650 dual sport, float seems operational there is no gunk or debris preventing float from stopping fuel but bike wont start and about 6 oz. of fuel was in the air box after about 30 min.

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Take the float bowls off the carbs hook up the fuel line and with the fuel flowing, push up on the float to where it looks level. this is where the float should be up enough to seal the needle valve from fuel getting by. if fuel is still flowing, adjust floats as necessary to cut off the flow. this should solve that problem. hope this helps...

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Needle or seat damaged. Fuel in air box ? Would be wise to make sure crank case isn't filled with gas... you may not want to star it.

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