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I am not getting fuel to the carborators. I have tested the fuel pump and it is working. I am trying to remove the fuel line at the carborator, but can't figure how to get to it. Any suggestions

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You have to remove the airfilter and mounting base then remove the carbs from the engine to do so. You do not want to do this unless it is a last resort. Did you test the fuel pump at the fuel filter? Is the blockage caused by dried fuel? - if so then the carbs will have to be removed and cleaned and the rubber parts replaced due to the age of the bike. Join the worldwide Yahoo email group via www.suzukicavalcade.com and there may be a member in your area to help. You can also ask questions there about further help.

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