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Geting fuel to carburetor no to the cyclinder

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You will have to take the carburetor off and take it apart use carb cleaner to clean the carb put it back together and it should work

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What can keep the gas from going to the carburetor. I have fuel pressure but no fuel getting to cyclinders. model # 618


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2. Fuel cap or fuel tank not venting properly.
3. Fuel filter clogged with rust or dirt.
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I have to pump the gas pedal to get it going it runs rough and wont idle by itself


its not geting enough fuel you can only check the fuel filter change it and try again if it does not work then your carburetor is full of *^^##@

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1981 550 suzuki one cyclinder is dead has spark and fuel and bike runs but start extremly hard seems cold blooded


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