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I have a 1986 glowing 1200a it cranks up run smooth still it warms up it will idle cold and when it gets warm up to around 2800 rpms the choke cable is broke be the problem if it stuck closed some


Yes indeed the choke being closed even a little will cause this. Replace the choke cable and stop your problem. After warm up the choke should always be fully open.

Jun 11, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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How to install choke cable lever. Lever broke, can be replaced without total cable replacement?


Hi James, it all depends on the year, make, and model of your motorcycle. Good luck and have a nice day.

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I have a pw 50 dirt bike the throttle and choke cable are broke will it still start


Your question?
Replace cables & adjust carb.
Enjoy the bike!

Jan 08, 2015 | GAS Motorcycles

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Where do I purchase choke lever control handle


Look up the dealer or motorcycle wrecker in the yellow/pink pages in your local phone book

Sep 29, 2014 | Motorcycles

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99 FXDWG, Choke cable broke, bike stalled then wouldn't start. I fixed the choke cable but bike still won't start. Any ideas?


"Crank" and "turn over" mean exactly the same thing. I think you mean it won't "fire". How did your choke cable break on the highway? You shouldn't have been pulling (closing) the choke at that point - does that ride have other issues?

It might be flooded now - try letting it sit for several hours, then try starting with the throttle WIDE OPEN and no choke - that helps clear extra gas out of the cylinders.

You might also need to pull the spark plugs and dry them out thoroughly.

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Choke cable not working


Have to take off carb and reattach spring to door the cable broke off of the carb

Feb 15, 2014 | 2004 kawasaki ZX-6R

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Where is the choke on 2006 katana i broke the choke on the handle bars so im trying to start it without the cable is there any way


I don't know where your choke is physically located. I would say to you, follow the cable to find the choke and I say it will be on the carb or very near it in the air supply channel.

Function of the choke is to restrict the supply of air thereby making the fuel mix more rich (relatively more gasoline to air) for easier starting.

I think you will find the choke easily. Whether you can easily manipulate it directly instead of via the remote location - different question. My guess is it will be difficult to operate. Make your riding experience pleasurable, replace the broken parts. Find parts at your Suzuki motorcycle shop or at a FixYa.com advertiser. Look around this page for advertisements for Suzuki parts.

Thanks for your question. I hope I have been of some assistance to you today.

Mar 02, 2011 | Suzuki GSX 600 F (Katana Motorcycles

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The choke do'nt seem to work, the cable closes nothing I can see leave it set a few days and you have to start it 4 or 5 times, I have a haynes manul, but it do'nt show much about the choke , I would like...


Hello and welcome to Fixya, The Gl1500 choke is operated by a cable. There are 2 plunger type chokes, 1 for each carb, the cable is attached to a bracket and when you operate the choke the lever opens or closes the plungers. So we're looking at either a broken cable, or stuck or partially stuck plungers. So first thing you should check is your cable, remove the choke lever assembly from your handlebar and remove the choke cable, try pulling the cable with your hand, if it comes all the way out, you will be needing a new cable. 2. If the plungers are stuck, this is a very time consuming job and I would suggest a Honda Technician do it unless you are mechanically inclined and want to tackle the job yourself (which will save you quite a bit). You mentioned the Haynes manual, there ok but they don't go into great detail like a factory Honda manual. Which you can purchase threw your dealer or maybe even cheaper on Ebay. But regardless if its the cable that's broke or the plungers, your going to have to get in deep to repair either one. I have done hundreds of these Goldwings and would be happy to try and guide you as you go threw the process, but I suggest getting a Factory manual as well. Just a guess, but your total repair cost + manual less than $100 if you do it yourself. If the dealer does it, depending on your location, could be upwards $400+. But either way call your dealer and ask them for a quote, you may get a great deal if there slow and need the work. Anyway I hope this helps you some, I will be happy to assist you any time just let me know. Thanks for your time, and thanks for using Fixya. Have a great day :) Cycleworx157

Dec 30, 2010 | 1991 Honda GL 1500 SE Gold Wing

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What tools do i need to remoove drain pump from cabrio he washer WTW6700TW and how do i get to it to remoove coins


If you remove the pump turn it upside down to shake out the coins Its secured by two screws cross head or philips......Remove the 2 hoses use an old towel to mop up the water from it ...quite straightforward.Good luck...

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The thermal paper is wrapping around an upper roller. Inside the sandwiched layers is the fax. This just started happening.


U must to remoove some scrues about 4 scrues? then ease remoove the roller and remoove the jumed paper down

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