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My bajaj kawasaki eliminator 175 cc 2001 model, carburator problem, it doesn't stay idle with start on, and choke plunger is loose, how to fix it? please help

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Probably the carburator must be taken out and serviced. It is possible that the IDLING PORTS/JET in the carb. is clogged and so there is no flow of fuel. Also if the tuning of the idling air/fuel mixture is not set right the enigne will not idle properly.
You wil need to get the carburator tuned properly after cleaning and correcting the choke valve.

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