Question about Harley Davidson Bullet G5 Classic EFI Motorcycles
I don't know a lot about the Twin Cam powered machines but if your bike is equipped with a carburetor, check the fuel petcock. In 1996 Harley went to a vacuum operated fuel petcock and they do give problems. You'll have plenty of fuel in your tank but not a drop in your float bowl. There is a diaphragm in the backside of the petcock that will get a hole in it and shut off the fuel or the vacuum hose might have come loose. If your bike is fuel injected, I'm afraid that I don't have any suggestions since I've never messed with fuel injected models.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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