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I cannot locate the spot to terminate the small vac tube from the bottom of the carb, in turn it's just flopping around.. Also cannot start baja 150, will turn over and die out just as fast.. could this be because the tube on the bottom sie of the carb has no home, or no home that I can locate

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Ok this is going to be a two part answer, the tube that you are talking about is at the very bottom of the carb? If so it is the drain for the float bowl. the tube that it is plug to should be ran down the back side of the motor most common between the swingarm and motor.
Now about starting it, has it been sitting for any amount of time? if so you'll need to clean your carb, if your not sure what your getting into your home shop should be able to help you out, something you can try pull out you spark plug clean it up ( carb spay and wire brush blow dry with air ) put the spark plug cap on the plug and set so the only the bottom of the plug is touching the motor and just hold ot in place WARNING holding the plug cap while checking for spark could shock you but its nothing to bad. but kick the bike and see if it has spark.

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