Question about 2005 Honda CRF 100 F
Hello, Im Bobby.
I would start off buy checking the fuel flow to the carb to do this simply remove the line going from the fuel tank to the carb. There should be good fuel flow at the carb with the line removed. It there is lack of fuel there then the fuel filter is pluged or something is in your tank causing the restriction. If you have good fuel flow at the carb then Im going to say there is a blockage in your carb and the carb would need removed , tore apart and cleaned and reinstalled.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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