Question about Yamaha 12V Air Pump
I put a clear line on from fuel filter to carburetor and it flows good. The choke is not stuck.The high speed screw is at 1.5 Both jets are clean.The fuel filters are clean.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hello I am Vortash .. I would say your problem is either blocked idler jets or incorrect fuel mixture ( Air to fuel not correct ) take the bike to your local garage to use their air line unless you have a compressor of your own remove the fuel feed tank side and blow it through with the airline if this don't cure it you will probably need to have the carbs tuned to manufacturesr spec's , If you are more mechanicaly minded strip the idler jets out pass a fine strip of wire through them and replace .You can also get this problem if you have an air leak on the maniflod or the carb bowl etc hope this helps regards Vortash
Posted on May 14, 2009
Fuel filter is located near the fuel shutoff valve within three inches. It is inline between the shutoff valve and the fuel pump (towards tank).
The fuel circuit is: Tank/Fuel Pump/Fuel Filter/Fuel Shut-off Valve/Carbs.
You first step is to check for fuel delivery to the filter. Make sure the bike is cool and no iginition sources are nearby. Disconnect the inlet line at the filter and turn key on and crank engine (to trigger fuel pump.) Do not try and start at this time (choke off).
If fuel is adequate to the filter, check the filter by blowing through it, it should easily pass air. Replace filter if questionable.
Next reconnect the fuel lines and remove float bowl drain plugs in the back of the carbs (2 per carb). If with key on and cranking fuel pours out of these ports then you probably have clogged fuel jets. If not then the float bowl needles / pipes could be plugged with varnish from dried fuel. You can try spraying carb cleaner into the fuel inlet to clear the varnish and then retest. Careful not to spray carb cleaner on yourself (wrap straw with a rag).
If you have good fuel flow to the carbs and bowls you probably have varnish plugging the jets. You should remove the carbs and clean them thoroughly.
Hope this helps,
Posted on May 18, 2009
SOURCE: won't idle steadily
Check the rubber boot that joins the carby to the engine to often have seen the hose clamps over tightened therefore creating a split in the rubber letting to much air in giving the rough idle eventually you wont be able to start it at all (have a good thorough look inside an outside of boot doesnt take much)
Posted on May 22, 2009
yes yes yes the new yamahas foul plugs like crazy i dont know if it is a valve defect or what but you will be changing them every year one trick i have been doing to my coustmers watercraft and has been working well insead of ngk cr9eb plugs use a cr8eb it is a hotter plug there for it will burn better and no it will not hurt your ski trust me i have over 15 yrs ex and 6 in r&d research and design
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
you have fouled spark plugs change them all fixed all the newq yamaha sare doing it it is the in thing to do
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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