Question about 2003 kawasaki KLX 125
Take a compression test on the cylinder.
Check the spark plug and its gap.
Check the condition of the spark plug, is it whitish, brownish or blackish?
If its whitish means the engine is running 'lean', if it's brownish....means runs ok, blackish means its running too rich ..thus fouling up the spark plug.
Check the valve clearance too.
Since its not idling....check the intake rubber for leaks.
As also you have cleaned the carburator, recheck the jets fittings, blow the primary jet, recheck the float level if its correct.
You might too, have to reset the air-mixture screw. Its all the way in , being careful not to reach it too tight in it may damage the screw, thn trun it outwards 2 and a half turns or so....keeping the idling screw a little high and as you thn hear the engine sounding proper reset the idling to the required rpm.
Hope this helps! Good Luck.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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