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I cannot find fuel shut off for a Suzuki volusia 800 2001 wifes bike Help!

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There is no fuel shut off valve,

The fuel line is vacuum operated when the bike is operating.

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Posted on Apr 15, 2011

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4.5 U.S gallons (17 liters)

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Turn off fuel tap ,disconnect fuel pipe from carbs .drauin fule using tank tap into container ,or remove thwe tank from the bike ,take care to remove all pipes connected to frame work .like overflow pipe / breather pipes etc etc .

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I would recomend checking to be sure the fuel and vacum lines n the tank are installed correctly, Open the fuel filler and start the bike and see if it has any change on the problem, if so you have a vacum issue.

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