Question about Yamaha V Star 1100 Custom Motorcycles
Hello. These symptoms are typically caused by bad fuel,or a gummed up carburator, If it has old fuel in it, drain that fuel and replace it with fresh. Also change the fuel filter.
If it is still not running right, get a bottle of carburator cleaner to add to the fuel and and a can of starter fluid.
Add the cleaner to the fuel based upon the instructions on the can. Then, remove the air cleaner and start it up. Keep it running for a couple of minutes by squirting some starter fluid into the air intake. Joe
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Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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