Question about Yamaha XT 125 R Motorcycles
Check your oil it , may be full of gas. Your float needle is either stuck or your float is saturated and sunk. Take apart your carb and clean it. Place your float in gas to see if it sinks. Inspect your needle for tip damage or wear on the sides , if visible damage replace. Inspect the tank and carb bowl for rust or dirt this can make your needle stick. You have to add an in line fuel filter. Always turn your fuel off when not riding. If your spark plug is wet fouled with ethanol fuel , replace the plug with a fresh one.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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