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One floods one cylinder the other dont give gas at all on a 1978suzuki gs400?how can i solve this issue myself?

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Carbs need to be cleaned or rebuilt--get ur self a clymer manual-1st unscrew the float bowls-ones dry and the other is stuck open-that may solve it for now

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Sounds like you may have to rebuild your carbs. This could mean just removing the carbs, removing the float bowls and cleaning out the jets and float valves. It may however require the purchase of a rebuild kit if the float valves leak. be sure to jot down the number of turns to any adjusting screws for mixture and such so that you may return to stock adjustment when you are done rebuilding the carbs. don't forget to check for proper ignition of spark plugs. make sure choke is not sticking in the closed position.

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