Question about 2003 Yamaha WR 250 F
Ok buddy the problem is the float is too low so take the carb off then unscrew the bolts on th bottom 2-4 holding the bowl on the pull it off watching the seal once its off you will see the float you need to slide the pivot pin out holding it in with a small pin and just push it through then take the float out with the inlet fuel valve still connected take the fuel valve off and bend the tab the valve connects onto bend it up wards a little bit only a tiny bit if to much then it wont allow fuel back in then reinstall it and get back to me bud
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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