Question about Factory bike Chrono SM 250 Motorcycles
Pull the spark plug and crank it and check for spark if it has spark spray a little starting fluid in carb and it should sputter if it does the carb is gummed up the needle is stuck in the seat remove carb take the screws that hold on the fuel bowl out you will see the float wiggle it up and down slowly you will see the needle not moving slide the pin out that holds in the float you gotta tap it out with something small like a small punch or a nail spray the needle with carb cleaner only to soften the gummed up buildup and wiggle up the needle and float clean it all with carb cleaner and reassemble it should start now hope this helps
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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