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1997 suzuki intruder 800 15,000 miles fuel leaking from rear bank exhaust, and drain hose will only stay running with choke on full.

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Sound like it's time to get the carbs looked at.

It wouuld seem your float is bad, stuck, or not properly adjusted,; thus causing too much fuel to enter the cylnder

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

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Hello bragg, sounds like you either have a vacuum leak and/or a fuel delivery problem. If you can plug the plugs and check the condition it will help to determine which cylinder and carb is causing the problem. The pilot jet may be clogged, causing you to have use the choke. If the spark plug is a greyish or light brown color, that would indicate a lean fuel mixture. Black would be rich and fouling. Also check for vacuum leaks around the carb mounts...let me know what you find.
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My Suzuki Intruder 750 of 1985 is not running smooth and is giving fuel from the first cilinder exhaust , my best guess is the choke which is may be stuck , what do you think ?


It could be a stuck choke, but it could be a stuck carb float, or needle valve. You may want to pull the carb bowl off and check and clean.
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