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Why is my 2010 klx hard to start when it is warm?

Why is my 2010 klx hard to start when it is warm?

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You probably twist the throttle a few times when trying to start it. A power valve squirts extra gas into the cylinder on each twist. The engine then floods and becomes hard to start.

Posted on Sep 11, 2010

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