Question about 2000 kawasaki ZRX 1100
Your fuel petcock has a filter on it that should not be affected by the gasket. If the gasket is paper and will deteriorate and cause problems , by all means get it out. If it is just a round plastic circle the size of a quarter it will not affect anything sitting in the tank. If you decide to retrieve the gasket , drain the tank, take the tank off, turn it over , and remove the fuel tank sender and you should get good access to the interior of the tank. If there is a splash of gas left in the tank it will help you wash the item to a position where you can see it and reach it with a long grabber or tweezers . Please NO SMOKING during this procedure.
Posted on Nov 04, 2010
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You need to always start with a basic tune up, spark plugs, fuel filter and air filter, as the vehicle will not perform well if any of these three are bad. Then check all vacuum lines for cracks or breaks and replace as needed. You can also add a fuel injector cleaner into the gas tank. I recommend the black bottle of STP concentrated fuel injector cleaner, and you can purchase that at most Wal-Mart's. Good luck :O)
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