Question about Suzuki RM 250 Motorcycles
The float in carb is stuck open. Remove the float bowl at the bottom of the carb dump out the fuel and trash in the bowl then use spray carb cleaner on the float needle area while gently lifting and releasing the float. Put it back together and try it. If the problem continues, remove the float and shake it. Anything inside the float? A crack in a seam on the float can let fuel/water into the float. This kills the ability of the float to shut off the fuel feed to the carb. Consider installing an in-line fuel filter to prevent future problems.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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