Question about 1981 Suzuki GS 750 L
Find the offending carb or carbs by pulling float bowl over flow hoses to the side and starting motor, 1 or move hose will be pouring fuel, follow hose to offending carb, unmount all 4 carbs from motor,(unmount tank,1 bolt 2 hoses,2 wires) then (unscew hose clamps from front and back of carbs) next(reomove scew from very top font of air box,near metal cross bar behind fuel tank) then wiggle carbs to separate from rubber intakes,unhook trhottle cables pull carbs out one side(either side of bike) once off turn upside down,take 4 bowl screws out ,remove cover,take out small pin holding floats ,needle will come with it,use the right wrench and uscrew brass seat needle came out of(make sure any rubber o ring come with) reinstall seat &any orings take old needle off float install new one,put needle in hole of seat,pin float put cover back on bottom of carb,re assemble bike.I hope you've maked where everything goes,a little oilon rubber helps with reassembly .
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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