Question about 1970 Honda CB 100
Honda 1972 CL175 and gas pours out the drain hose of the left carbeurator, and not the right one.
The float in the float bowl is stuck open. It could be a bit of trash from the gas tank stopping the float needle from sealing shut. Remove the float bowl and gently lift the float up and down while spraying carb cleaner at the float needle. Install an in-line fuel filter to stop the problem in the future.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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