Question about 2002 Yamaha TT-R 250
Remove carborator ttr250
Disconnect fuel line from the tank, careful not to tear it. Their will be a rubber boot on each end, (to the cylinder and to the air box) loosen the clamp around these. The cables to the throttle need to be removed at the carburator end or the hand throttle end. You may need to remove the seat and gas tank for this to make it easier. The vent lines can stay with the carb, just note where they go! The carb should slide out from between the rubber boots. Just take care with it.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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