Question about Moto Guzzi Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ngfam1 at your service,
Do not use sink chemicals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
In the hard ware stores or home depot they have small short,
snakes that are flexible and thin that can go in the hole to clear it!
Tell the home depot guy to help you find what I'm
telling you to buy!Print this out and show him what I spoke of!
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Posted on Sep 04, 2008
Pull real hard. Or you can use a small thin plastic prybar, with a rag between it and the tank and slowly work the assy out. Its in there real good.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
How do you know the hose is blocked at all? It's rare for that to happen, I work on these machines daily as I am a Factory Authorized tech. You need to be careful in your approach to this, that is an expensive machine and it can be damaged by improper service procedures.
For starters, there is a flap valve on the end of the drain hose that would prevent you from introducing any sort of pressure backwards into the machine via the drain hose. For example, if you took and tried to blow air thru the drain hose outlet end, you would force that flap closed and create pressure in the hose. Also putting caustic drain cleaning substances is very, very bad for your machine and can cause some serious damage.
I will be happy to try to assist you, but let's start at the begining, shall we? What prompted you to conclude that the drain hose is 90% blocked? The first thing you should do is take out the rack, wash arm and tha large stainless steel filter plate. Next, pull the rotor up and out of the pump base (none of these procedures require tools) and make sure the grey impeller is not "freewheeling" or has become detached from the rotor shaft. The blue wash impeller on the top and the grey drain impeller on the bottom must be "one to one" meaning they are firmly connected to the shaft of the motor and turn together.
Next, check the tube or passageway in the drawer between the sump (where that small removeable filter screen is) and the pump's sump area (where you pulled up the rotor)
If you have any blockage, it will be in that tube.
There is some glitch here where I do not get notified of response to questions, so I will check back to this post.
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
SOURCE: kawasaki kmx 125 2002 wont start
To me I want to know how old that gas is. If it smells like old paint or stale at all you need to rid the complete system. Then you need to take your carb. off and take it apart and clean it and all the jets, since you said there was sand in the gas tank.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
When changing to aftermarket pipes on a carburated bike I would recommend have the carbs rejetted, the after market pipes will change the fuel mixture and could cause the bike to run a little funny.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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