Question about Yamaha G5 Motorcycles
Chances are the battery will need to be replaced. It went dead for a reason and if the reason wasn't because the key was left on, then old age, ( over one and one half years old or more ), or an internal short in the battery is what has killed it. Re-clean the carb and pay special attention to the main jet. The factory setting is one and one-half turns open from a lightly seated position. Look in the end of the carb. Does the slide lift when the throttle is twisted? Put the jet needle positioning clip in the middle notch of the jet needle. Clean the air filter. Please rate my answer. Thanks!
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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