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To start and run my kawasaki klx 110 i have to pull the choke all the way out. if i push it in it stalls it was a relatives and has been sitting for a while with gas in it what can i do to fix the problem

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Remove and clean the carb. disassemble the carb then soak the carb parts in denatured alcohol for a couple hours then spraying with an aerosol carb cleaner should do the trick. Drain the gas tank and put in fresh gas. Go ahead and install an in-line fuel filter to lessen problems from a rusted gas tank.

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