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What would cause a choke lever to stick. I have a 1995 suzuki katana 750gsx and the choke lever will not move at all. I had to jump the bike to get it started, after getting it started i let it run for about 20 mins...when i finally checked on the bike it was idling really high and doing alot of smoking.. I turned off the bike and it would not start up again...thats when I noticed the choke lever would not move at all. I appreciate any help you can give

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IT sounds like the choke is stuck in the on position. You need to inspect the cable and make sure it is free to operate or moves freely. Check down by the carberators and follow the cable back up to where it originates from and see if the thing moves freely at the top and bottom. If not the easiest thing to do is buy a new one and install it or Lube the cable you have and see if you can free it up by using some break free or other lubricant like WD-40 and spray the heck out of the thing.

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