Question about Suzuki Motorcycles
Shannon, let's get down to the basics; Gasoline engines need fuel, spark and compression. And all three must happen at the correct time. Check compression by removing the spark plug, cranking the engine and holding your thumb over the spark plug hole. Check fuel supply by squirting carb spray into the intake throat while cranking the engine. Check for spark by removing the spark plug, grounding the metal housing and with the wire connected, crank the engine and watch for spark at the tip of the plug. Also, be sure the plug is not fouled and is gapped properly. (Try .025) Happy Trails. Herb
Posted on Mar 30, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is one supply hose (larger) and a bunch of vent tubes. The vent tubes really don't matter how they are connected as long as they vent. The vents that point vertical - just loop the tube up and then down towards the ground.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
I am having the same problem with mine but i have cleaned the carb and it still shuts down and acts like its not getting gas when it is and starts when full choked and it shuts off and when it gets going i hit the throttle and bogs and backfires and shuts down and i can start it back up only if it full choked and i really want to go out and ride
Posted on Jan 09, 2013
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