Question about 2005 Yamaha Majesty 400
After coming to any type of stop, most of the time, it has jerks and sputters until it finally engages
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi I have a 05 majesty and it use to do the same. So have you changed your filters yet, have you checked your value clearance? In my case I needed to change uot my old filters some times they can be pricey but on ebay the are lower. Unless you good with hands you can always take it in to have the valves checked.oh look in to idle speed .GoodLuck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The correct term is Throttle Cable. use needle nose pliers to remove it from the grip, take your new cable and run it the same way the old one was ran. follow the old one, then take the old cable out after installing the new cable.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
SOURCE: Yamaha 230 TTR bike wont
Hello and thanks for using Fixya, This is common problem usually from bad fuel, or if the bike has been sitting for a period of time. The carb will need to be removed and cleaned thoroughly. Remove the jets and use carb cleaner to spray threw the jets, then use air compressor and blow out the jets and carb. Make sure that air is passing threw each carb orifice. The jet that's causing your problem is the pilot jet its got a very small whole and can become clogged easily. So after cleaning this one hold it up to a light and make sure you can see threw it. If not its still plugged. Don't use any type of drill bits to clean it, it will ruin the jet size causing a bigger problem. A good trick is if you have a wire brush, cut on strand off and use it to probe the jet, use carb cleaner as ou do this and it should clear out. Then air it out again, look threw it to make sure its clear. If its still plugged you can try soaking overnight, repeat process above. Or just go buy a new pilot jet. Then replace in reverse order and you'll be riding in no time! If I can assist you any further please let me know, Thanks and good luck, Cycleworx157
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 2001 Yamaha
The choke is only supposed to be closed when starting a cold engine and during warm up. As the engine warms up, the choke will open. If you try to close the choke on a warm engine, it will starve for air and die. I don't understand why you are trying to close the choke while you are riding. Are you sure you don't mean the engine will not run when the choke is open? If it will only stay running with the choke closed, you probably have a vacuum leak or a gasket leaking causing the engine to run lean. Closing the choke would limit the supply of air to the engine resulting in a richer mixture.
Posted on Feb 27, 2011
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