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Fuel in crank case

My bike has fuel in the crank case.And it wont turn over till I drain the oil and when I refill it it fills back up in a few min.any help thanks

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I dont seem to be able to swicth off my fuel tap on my suzuki 650 savage when i swicth it off i am still having fuel fill my air fillter box up can anyone help with a answer.

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Sounds like one of the needle and seat assemblies in the carbs is stuck open and is flooding the cylinder which then floods the crankcase...
ALWAYS turn the fuel tap off when engine is not running.
Take it to a bike shop, they should be able to fix it a short time.

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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