Question about 2003 Yamaha TT-R 225
Remove, dissemble and clean the carb. Check the rubber diaphragm for cracks, pinholes and poor seal at the gasket. Install a new spark plug, clean the air filter. The high idle is caused by a lean fuel mixture. Outside air is entering the mix. Look at the rubber "O" ring on the carb joint. Check for cracks and hardening of the ring. Your carb will have a plug or a hose at the front edge of the carb joint. Check the plug / hose and clip. Check for cracks in the plug / hose and hardening. Check the entire length of the hose if a hose is present. Please rate my answer. Thanks!
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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On any motorcycle, especially the ttr models i have noticed that when the clutch is to tight or loose the motorcycle wont start when holding the clutch in in any gear not a hard problem to fix, leave motorcycle in gear while adjusting the clutch when it starts in gear your clutch should be adjusted properly
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