Question about 2001 Yamaha WR 426 F
Hello and welcome to Fixya, First we need to make sure your getting proper fuel flow to your carb. Remove line and make sure its coming out well and not just dripping. If that seems ok, then I would remove your carb and check your float height to spec. Another thing you might check is run it and as soon as the problem occurs, remove the spark plug, put the plug cap back on and lay the plug against the cylinder or a good ground (make sure there is no gas puddles) then kick over the engine while watching your plug, if its not sparking then you may have a problem with the coil or stator. Try these and if you still are having trouble let me know and I will be happy to assist you further until we get it figured out. Thanks for using Fixya, Cycleworx157
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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