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How do I check to see if fuel pump is working ? Im not getting fuel to carb

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Check your fuel pump on the RF by taking off the tank, disconnecting the fuel pump inlets from the tank reserve tap, disconnecting the inlet pipe to your carbs. Direct the carb inlet pipe into an empty coke bottle and turn on your ignition, you might need to thumb the starter. Fuel should come out. When the small amount of fuel in the fuel pump inlets has been pumped through you'll hear the now empty pump clicking loudly. If the above is true it's working.

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What Fuel Pump? Really?haha

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SOURCE: i have a 2000 suzuki marauder vz800. the front

This is a common problem with vz800 models, I had the very same problem front ran lean and rear ran rich. I would advice you to do the following strong. change the frot jet to 130 rear to 135 and both needles should be 3rd from the top. it's not your fuel pump it rarely goes bad.If there is back firing then turn the carb. screw out by 31/2 turns. hope this helps. PS: it is not your petcock, nor your fuel pump. One advice have you gas tank cleaned and line it with POR only it is a good product.

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