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Do you have to remove the carbs to change the plugs on a 2002 Vstar Classic

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No you do not you can use a flex extention and a swivel to get them out

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2002 yamaha vstar 1100 where is the fuel pump located?


if the bike is fuel injected- the pump is in the fuel tank.. if the bike has carburetors- there is normally no fuel pump- the fuel gravity feeds from the tank thru the petcock valve into the carbs

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I have a 2002 yamaha vstar classic that had been sitting up for awhile. i changed the plugs fresh fuel and cleaned the carbs. when it sits on the kickstand it spits and sputters but when i stand it up it...


Thank you for the inquiry.
This sounds like the classic problem we all have after storing our bikes all winter. The gas tends to shellac up and leave residue in the carburetor, jets, sediment bowls, and filters. Suggest draining your gas (use it for your lawnmower) and replacing with fresh higher octane premium gas. There are some fuel additives that clean quite. Try one of those. Change your fuel filter. You may also have to remove the carburetors sediment bowls and clean the shellac out of the pilot jet, normally not necessary. If you haven't had a tune up for a while that would also be a good idea.
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The timing chain most likely adjusts itself( I am not certain) however a loose chain will cause an engine rattle, but is not the cause of popping and dying.
try cleaning the fuel system, new spark plugs,new air cleaner

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sounds like a fuel issue if it has a filter change it and see if that helps you can also pull the plugs and see the condition of plugs replace the plugs should be pretty cheap to try you may also have gotten a little water in your fuel you can drain the carbsby loosening the over flow scews on bottom of carbs if you can drain into glass container so you can exaime the fuel that comes out for water or debree of any kind an go from there

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Take the plugs out clean or replace em' then try to crank it again......If you still don't get anything then you may have to take off the ol' carb and cleaner up..........what kind of carb cleaner did you put in with the gas??

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Could be the coil. Also could be several other things. Download a shop manual and diagnose it.

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Sounds like it may be drawing air around the intake somewhere. Let it idle and spray around carefully with wd-40 until it speeds up. This will reveal the leak.

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have you checked the carb for dirt ?
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