Question about 2004 Honda CBR 125 R
Hi guy's, don't my CBR 125 r 2004 model carb keeps on flooding, I cleaned it twice and still it keeps on flooding until it starts flowing out by my overflow pipe, I soaked it in petrol, used spray cleaners and liquid molly products, don't know if it is the float chamber or the float valve or whatever it may be, please do assist. Thanks a lot
Hi, Ginamar429 and the usual suspects are:
1. Dirt or other foreign matter between float valve and its seat.
2. Float valve sticking.
3. Float valve and/or valve seat is worn or damaged.
4. Float misadjusted.
5. Float cracked, leaky or damaged.
6. Excessive "PUMPING" of hand throttle grip.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can download the service manual for nix from here. trying to picture what you are looking at, but if they are the only rubber hoses coming off the carby, then they are most probably the fuel lines. If they come off the very top of the carby, then they may be breathers. The bike has a vacuum operated petcock also, you will need to have it in prime position for the carbs to fill. Then once the engine runs, if the petcock os working correctly, then you should be able to get fuel in on position. Just cranking it over will not created enough vacuum for the carbies to fill.,hence the prime setting. Happy to answer any questions you may have about the bike, A FixYa rating is a great reward for my efforts to assist you. Cheers
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
yes you do need to take the tank off, first the seat needs to be removed,then there is a bolt holding the tank, then there are 4 pipes that are with the tank mark down on paper where you av moved them from, so you can replace them back to nornall.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Check to see if you are getting any spark to the plug. You can get the testers for a few buck at Auto Zone (spark plug cable inserts into it and then you push the contact pin into the cable) when you kick start the bike the tester should light up, if it doesn't you may have a bad coil or the wiring to it may be loose/disconnected.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
you should open the carb and check the floaters and the pin they control.Then adjust the float height and test it before you put it on the bike.Empty the gas from the engine 'cause it will damage the crankshaft's oil seals.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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