Question about 2003 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic
Check the speed sensor pull it out and clean it up and blow out the hole where it ssits theen try again. mine was doing high idle so i cleaned it....good as new
Posted on Apr 05, 2013
Sounds like your idele needle is blocked by foreign object. try to add Carb & Jets cleaner to clean sticky gums on your carburetor needle seats which can be bought from any shop that sells motor lubricants.This cleaner is a general purpose jets cleaner mixed into your fuel tank, comes in a bottle, first use 8 oz (250ml) for 4-5 gallon (15-20 litre) tank, run bike until runs really low, add another bottle and fill-up tank full again, this will give you a cleaner fuel line and carbs as all sticky and soluble gums are neutralized and burn out in the combustion cycle. You should notice the difference in the second fill-up. If good enough, please return a comment. Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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