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There is no fuel getting into the carbs of a 2004 GSX 750 Ran the day before wouldn t start the next day?

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  • Z Laws May 11, 2010

    So, what's changed? Faulty fuel tap? Tank vent blocked? Trapped fuel line? Did you change anything between riding it yesterday and it not starting?

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Have you tried switching the petcock to prime it sounds like you don't have vacuum to the petcock for whatever reason try it on PRI give it about a minute to fill the carbs and then try starting prime doesn't require vac so it will tell you if that is your prob or not if so check the vac line going from carb 4 to the rear of the petcock if that is good and there is vac to it then rebuild the petcock takes about 10 minutes and costs 25 bucks. check out www.katriders.com it is an excellent informational forum for the katana. hope this helps otherwise someone there can certainly help and you can download free service manuals for your bike.

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