Question about Yamaha RD 250 Motorcycles
It is probably connected to the carburetor on one end. This would be an overflow hose line and any gas in it is suppose to drip on the pavement. No dripping is what you should have. The float in the carb the hose is attached to is not fully closing. This could be due to trash from the gas tank or a float that is partly filled with gas and no longer floats as it should. Clean the carb and determine why the float needle is not fully shutting off the flow of gas. Please rate my answer. Thanks.
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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