Question about 2005 Honda CR 250 R
First, listen to, or look at the the slide in the carburator as you move the throttle open and closed to see that it's moving free and not bound. (You can see it with the air filter out) Next, make sure you have a 1/8" or so play in the throttle tube left to right so it isn't binding there.
If all looke good, you have a carburator issue, like a float or needle stuck, or something plugged up.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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