Question about 2002 Suzuki DR 200 SE
Your carburetor is overflowing gas. Your carburetor should be disassembled and cleaned. Inspect the float and float needle and seat. You may have to replace one or both to get the fuel to shut off. If the float sinks when placed in gasoline replace it. Just replace the needle and seat assembly as a precaution. The only other source of gas in the air box and often the engine crankcase, is caused by a leaking diaphragm on the fuel petcock. If the diaphragm is cracked or has a hole in it , replace the diaphragm or the petcock assembly (if that is the only way it is available) and the leak should be fixed. It is always a good idea to turn your fuel off when not riding. Even a motorcycle in perfect working order can sometimes have a float needle stick and fill the engine with gasoline. Be sure to check that your oil has not been contaminated with fuel. If it has you will need to change your oil also.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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