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2004 gsxr1000 injected just cleaned water out of fuel tank but still fail to pull through the rev range hard why?

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If the vehicle has high mileage (over 100,000 miles), check the following:
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  3. Inspect the throttle body. If it is dirty, clean it with an approved throttle body cleaner for your vehicle, or have it cleaned.
  4. Inspect and clean the IAC (Idle Air Controller). Also inspect the EGR valve (Evaporative Gas Recirculation valve) to be sure it isn't leaking or otherwise compromised. The IAC is often the culprit in this condition but sometimes a leak in the EGR valve or its mounting gasket will throw the computer off far enough to where the car will not run correctly.
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I have a 2004 gsxr1000 that will not start. I stored it through the winter.It started and ran good but had loss of power over 8000rpms but otherwise started and ran. I sat it for 2 days and now it wont...


The problem is that over the winter water tends to condense inside the fuel tank. If you did not replace all of the remaining fuel from the tank it might be contaminated with water.
Try to leave your bike with a full tank next time you live it unused for a long time.

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2004 gsxr1000 i have had water in my fuel and i cleaned out my tank and it still fails to pull through the rev range why?


Did you drain the carburettor bowls? if not then there maybe water in the bottom of them. you can usually drain them by unscrewing the phillips screw at the bottom of the carb bowl a couple of turns to let the liquid contents drain out. Turn the fuel petcock off to prevent fuel from coming out of the tank while doing this. When all the carbs have been drained, ensure that all the screws are tight and open the petcock and prime the carbs and go for a ride and see if there is any improvement.

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My 1984 toyota corolla ran out of gas now it wont idle


Quick explanation of your fuel system:

An automotive fuel system consists of everything between the fuel tank and the carburetor or fuel injection unit. This includes the tank itself, all the lines, one or more fuel filters, a fuel pump (mechanical, electric, or both), and the carburetor or fuel injection unit.
With the exception of the carburetor or fuel injection unit, the fuel system is quite simple in operation. Fuel is drawn or pumped from the tank through the fuel line by the fuel pump, which forces it through the fuel filter, and from there to the carburetor/injection unit where it is distributed to the cylinders.

So with that info...try first to clean your spark plugs.
Next, replace your fuel filter.
After that, depending on a carburetor/fuel injection, try an additive that cleans the injectors. For the carburetor, try a half of can of what is called "Seafoam". It comes in a metal can available everywhere, including Walmart. It is worth the $6-8 and also will "dry" out your fuel from water. Very good product.

After that, get back to us and let us know how your Toyota is running.

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