Question about 2004 Yamaha V Star 1100 Custom
Posted by Anonymous on
The fuel petcock (on/off tap) has a rubber pad that the metal plate rests on against underside of tank. This has more than likely perished and become hard and brittle. Drain remaining fuel (if any) and remove the fuel hose and remove petcock retaining bolts. Carefully remove petcock as two fuel tube filters extend into tank. Replace the rubber pad with a new one. Might be a good idea to thoroughly check for cracking on all rubber components on the bike, especially fuel hose and brake fluid lines. Cheers.
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