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Fuel level adjustment for 1999 TDM 850 with 4TX4 40 carby

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There is no adjustment, if its flooding, clean and or replace the fuel needle, this probably has a neoprene point, so the seat cant be worn. and it cannot wear or change adjuctment to cause a lack of fuel flow

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1991 Yamaha TDM 850 Fuel leak flows from carbs when engine is running, and continues to flow out unless you turn fuel tap off?


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My 4 wheeler is leaking gas when the fuel is on out of the hose from the bottom of the carb.


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the main jet float level needs adjusting, and the needle valve may need replacing. Carefully unscrew the base fron the carby (after turning fuel tap off), then check that the float moves freely up and down, while holding it up turn the fuel back on, and see if the needle valve is stopping the fuel. Slowly lower it to the level position, fuel should come out then. Give the carby a good clean, DON'T use wire, JUST SOLVENT AND AIR.

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My son owns a 2005 pw80 lately when he rides it, alot of gas runs out of the over flow tube what do i need to do to fix this problem


More than likely some grit or build-up is stopping the float bowl needle from stopping the fuel flow through the needle valve seat.

To test and clean, turn off fuel tap and drain fuel from carby via drain plug. Loosen carby manifold clamps and rotate carby enough to undo floatbowl. Return carby to level position and place a spill container underneath carby, turn fuel tap on and off (enough to allow small flow of fuel through open needle seat).

Now, gently hold up floatbowl with enough lift to close off needle valve seat and turn fuel tap on. If fuel still comes out you have a severe needle and seat problem requiring a replacement, if only a small weep of fuel is emitted it may just need a clean with a carby cleaning spray.

If no fuel comes out, your problem is the height adlustment of the floatbowl's level. Your engine is not using all the fuel that can be delivered and flows out the overflow outlet. The floatbowl level should be re-set incrementally to avoid leaning out your engine at high revs with too low a float level. To close off with a lower level you need to bend the small tab upwards.

The link below is for the same carby in exploded view format with all parts named. Cheers!

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Replaced diaphram fuel valve and carbs ..cannot open fuel valve all the way without flooding engine. Excess fuel poars from carb assembly. Could there be some sort of problem with the vacuum system that...


I would say the problem is in your carbys, with the float levels, or a sticky needle and seat. If you open the fuel valve, fuel will flow into the carbys, ans shut off once the correct level is reached. I think the problem is in your carbys, not the fuel valve. I would remove the carbys, take the bowel off the bottom, and check the needle and seat, and float levels. It is not recomended to change the float levels from standard.

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Carbs must be cleaned very well, adjust the vacuum level, the air mixture screws with a gas analyzer and the TPS (if there is one but I think not).Also recheck the valves clearances.Fuel pump ok I suppose.

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I don't know if its any help but I've fixed my Honda with similar problem. It turns out I reassembled the rich carbys air cut off valve incorrectly. Have you checked yours? I'm wondering if the cut off valves somehow affect the other parts of the carbys. Mine is running sweet now.

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