Question about 2004 Yamaha TT 600 RE
Check for a steady supply of fuel to the carb. Could be a blocked or pinched fuel line. Very possible that the float needle and seat are worn, causing the valve to remain closed or partially closed. When this happens the fuel bowl runs out of fuel causing the engine to die. Then fuel trickles back in while sitting and slowly fills the bowl again, allowing the engine to restart. Also be sure that the float level is set properly and that the float pivots freely. Most small engine carb floats are set to shut off the fuel when the float rises in the bowl to where the flat surface on the float is parallel to the bowl mounting surface. If the float is set close to this, don't try to adjust it. If your float needle has viton (rubber like) tip, be sure that it is not deformed. Never press on the needle because it will deform the tip, causing the valve to stick open or closed. Many times you can buy just the float needle and seat either OEM or aftermarket.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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