Question about 1989 Honda GL 1500 Gold Wing
If the floats are stuck, the only way to clear this is to get into the carb and clean it up. You can try to swish the fuel around by shaking the bike, but more than likely they need to come off and have a thourough cleaning. Thats the bad part of gasoline, it gums everything up once it gets old and it sets too long. You can tap lightly with a plastic hammer or screw driver but too much force will crack the casing, this might get them free enough to use some fuel cleaner in the gas to clean them up.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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