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Engine will not run when clutch is release.

1982 V45 Sabre when i try to crack the throttle and let the clutch out the engine dies. I need help! Can it be a vacuum line or my petcock vacuum rubber?

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HI suspect a sticky "slider" piston, or damaged diaphragm, the vacuum chamber covers (chrome caps at the top of the carburetors) can also be removed without removing the carburetors from the bike to check them.http://users.metro2000.net/~cdc/magna/tech%20section%20and%20issues/carburetors/carburetor%20page.htm

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