Question about 2004 Yamaha YZ 250 F
Time for a carb cleaning. Take off the carb, take it to someone with a sonic cleaner. Change your spark plug, clean out your tank (Take out the fuel shut off valve before you do this as there is a very delicate filter on the shut off valve that could be damaged otherwise), and replace your air filter. How long you want this repair to work is directly dependent on how well you clean everything. Even if you do a perfect job on the carb, a dirty tank will take it back out in a matter of minutes. a dirty, fouled or weak spark plug will hinder your efforts, and the carb cannot mix air it is not getting.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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