Question about Honda CRF 100 F Motorcycles
Try a simple fix first; turn off the gas then remove the drain screw at the bottom of the carb. Now give the side of the float bowl some solid taps with the handle of a screwdriver. Put the screw back in place and turn the gas back on. The goal was to jar the float loose. If that doesn't work, remove the float bowl and spray carb cleaner at the float mounting pin while gently lifting the float up and down. The goal is to free up the float. There is also the possibility that the float has gone bad and has filled with fuel. The float would need to be replaced if that has happened. Please rate my answer. Thanks!
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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