Question about Suzuki T 350 Motorcycles
First make sure the fuel shut off valve is clean by draining the tank and dissasembling the petcock fuel valve assembly there is usually a bowl on them designed to trap debree, reassemble, change fuel filter, and then discconect the fuel line from the carb run it to a small container and turn on the gas valve to ensure a steady flow of fuel, always check the easy and obvious first. If the proper fuel flow is present move on to the ignition pull ou the spark plug plug it in to the spark plug wire groung it iut to a metal surface and kick the bike over if a blue or purple spark is present the ignition is ok (caution do not hold the ignition wire while testing) if you have spark and fuel then you must check the compression any thing lower than 80 psi is weak and the motor will need a piston and ring job. I hope this helps and you are back on the track soon good luck
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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