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Need to know how gas lines connect to all four carbs on a yamaha xvz1300 1986 1 has gas coming out the top 1 exposed ends one each carb

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If you can see the carb petrol inlet and matching fuel hose then it should have spring ties or clamps to hold it in place. Check it that should resolve your issue. Good advise?

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One line that comes from the top LH side of carb (looking at carb w/o air cleaner) is a carb vent aprox 1/4 " hose. It connects only to the carb & hangs in a wire bracket as a vent tube. The 1/2 " vent line that goes from the valve cover on the rear cylinder goes to the spigot on the air cleaner case & vents the crankcase gases back into the intake of the carb to be burnt. Those are the only 2 lines other than the fuel line that comes from the metal pipe that crosses over to the fuel pump on the other side of bike. That fuel line connects to the carb metal fuel spigot on the side of the carb. That's fuel into carb.

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Flooding


A) I didn't know Yamaha makes a Desktop PC.

B) So far, I don't know of any desktop computers that use an internal combustion engine, and use a fossil fuel to run it.
Hope not because this is going against the grand scheme of things, lol!

C) Fresh top end, and a carburetor fuel induction system; plus flooding out?

1) Float level is set too high.
Readjust level. Worked fine before top end job?
Maybe it got bumped.......umm, like dropped.

Carb was rebuilt too? Float level is not correct.

2) The tip of the float needle is Neoprene. As such it can be damaged from a fall.
It can also be deformed from having too much pressure applied to it, when installing.

3) Float needle seat has come loose from carb main body.

4) Float needle seat is damaged. Tightened too tight, etc.

5) Junk in fuel tank has made it's way into between float needle, and float needle seat.

6) Float needle hair spring clip, was not properly installed on float.
(If used)

7) Carb was Not rebuilt, has sat while top end was done. This took some time, like weeks, months, to get too.
All the cr@ppy additives in the gasoline, has collected in the float bowl; and causing float needle to not set correctly in float needle seat.

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I was referring to my Yamaha desktop computer. It's spraying gas out of the carburator. You have no idea of what you're doing.

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Replacing the gas lines form the gas tank and the line to the bulb


on my husqvarna 125b the fuel line in the tank with the filter connects to the bottom of the carb. the other line coming out from the tank connects to the bottom port on the bulb. the line from the top port of the bulb connects to the top of carb. hope this will help.

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On my sons yamaha pw 80 yzinger there is a hose that comes from where you turn gas on to im guessing top of carb. its connected then at bottom there is a much smaller hose thats connected at one end then...


Yes it sounds like the over flow, and this means the float in the carb is stuck, this can happen if old fuel sits in the carb for extended times
occasionally a tap on the carb with the handle of a screw driver can dislodge the problem, but usually it need the carb cleaned, ethanol fuels can also damage the float valve which would then need replacement.
is a fairly simple procedure to clean the carb,
remove the carb,you can pull it sideways and leave the top and cable attached
remove the bottom of the carb
remove the float and brass jets
blow out and clean
replace all.
work slowly , in a clean area, pay attention to how it comes apart, even take notes or photos, dont adjust the idle or air screws
nothing needs to be forced

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I was given a 1975 dt-175 that was missing the carb. That has been replaced. The fuel lines were not with the bike.


There is only one fuel line that goes to the carb. Just get some fuel line and connect it from the gas tank to the carb. The other hose connections on the carb are vent lines, that go up over the top of the carb and the back down the other side and hang down lower than the carb. they vent the carb bowl

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Yamaha blaster will start if i run gas from gas line into back of carb but dies when it runs out it will also start and run sometimes i also need to know what kind of oil to run in bottom end thanks


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I need to know how the fuel lines are hooked up in my ryobi gas trimmer. All of the fuel lines rotted out. I took them out and I need to know the correct connection sequences (what goes where).


line runs from little filter in tank to carb.
line from carb. to primer bulb
line from primre bulb back to gas tank.
lines are 2 sizes
need to cut at angle end of lines in tank so you can get them thru holes
and grab with needle nose plyers and pull them thru.
make sure you put the little filter on end before you pull line thru and leave
enough so filter can move around the whole tank.
second line in tank is smaller and need to cut and pull it thru hole in tank to primer bulb

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I need to know where all the hook ups go coming from the shut off valve of the gas tank on my 1985 yamaha maxim x 700


There are two lines coming out of the fuel petcock (shut-off valve). The small diameter one is a vacum line that connects to the top of the rubber intake located between the carb and the engine head. you should notice that all four intakes have a vacum port in this location and they should all be capped excet one - usually #2.

The second line of the fuel petcock is the larger diameter one, and is the fuel line. Make sure you install an in-line filter if it has been lost. The fuel line connects to the carb on a pipe that feeds all four carbs. The pipe is located on the lower portion of the carb, down by the float bowls. There will be a connection port between #2 and #3 (right in the middle of the carb assembly). It will be difficult to see when everything is assembled and even more dificult to reach.

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YOU SHOULD HAVE A COMMON FEED & 2 RETURNS(1 FROM EACH CARB)THESE LINES DRY OUT OVER THE YEARS & KEEP THERE SHAPE YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO FIGURE THIS OUT FROM THE SHAPE THEY HAVE RETAINED(THEY WILL ONLY GO ON WAY ACCORDING TO THE SHAPE OF THE LINE.HOPE THIS HELPS.THANX FOR USING FIX-YA.PLEASE POST ON ALL REPLYS.

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