Question about 2003 Yamaha YZ 250
Posted by Anonymous on
Disregard that solution. Other than it not giving you a solution at all, your carb does NOT have injectors in it. Thats two completely different things. You most likely have a stuck float. Take the plastic end of a screw driver and tap the bowl with a little force with the fuel turned on. If the fuel does not stop turn off the fuel, get yourself a small phillips head and loosen up the carb from the cylinder and rotate the bowl (bottom of the carb) towards you so you can pull out the five or so gold screws. BE CAREFUL. You'll remove the bowl and expose what looks like two little pontoons. Take some break cleaner and clean all around the rod that the float is mounted on. The smallest grain of sand can make that float stick and pour fuel. Hope it helps.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
You may have to do a tune up on your carb, like take it apart and clean it out, may be from something small clogged in the injectors, or may be something small that may have broke inside, but all would be inside the carb, thats were i would start.
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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