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My bike exhaust smoke

This could happen for a few reasons. One, there's oil in the gas you put into the bike. Two, when the oil was filled in the bike, too much was put in, and now it's leaking into the heads, remove some oil and it will eventually stop. And, Three: The bike hadn't run in a while, and with luck it will go away; if it doesn't either the valves are leaking or the rings are bad and oil is getting into the cylinders through the leaky valve or cylinder.

So, don't overflow the oil, don't put oil in the gas, and when starting a bike for the first time in a long time, you can always remove the plug, squirt some oil in it, turn the engine over a few times with the plug out of it. Then, rinse the cylinder with a small amount of gas. Turn the engine over to pump the gas and oil out of the cylinder, put the plug in, and expect it to smoke for a bit, then hopefully it will go away, otherwise, you have problem listed above.

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If the spark plug is firing, check that the injector is pulsing, is putting gas into the cylinder. If both are working, do an engine compression test. If that cylinder is low on compression, you have a mechanical problem-maybe a valve is not sealing, maybe a burnt valve; the cylinder head will have to be removed to find and fix the problem.
Pull the spark plug after it has been run and see if plug is wet with gas or smells like gas. That's one way to check for gas in the cylinder. Or put a "noid" light on the injector connector to see if the injector circuit for that cylinder is working. Noid lights can be bought at a parts store cheaply, just make sure it fits your connector.

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I have a Thane Q BBQ Grill and don't have a manuel and all the posts say to go to a web site but still not able to get a manuel. It has tank of gas The striker strikes but will not light. Any solution....

This is a solution to the same problem for full size LP gas grills, but it will work for your grill, too. Assuming there is gas in the cylinder (?).

Turn the gas valve OFF and remove the cylinder. Wait 10 minutes and reinstall the gas cylinder.
Ope the gas valve VERY, VERY SLOWLY (Slow motion, slow). Once te vales is fully open turn the valve back 1/4 turn. Now, light the burner and turn it to HIGH. Did the burner light and does the flame height look correct? If so, you solve the problem.

If the above didn't work, either the cylinder of gas is empty or the regulator on the grill is locked up permanently and will need to be replaced.

Hope this helped you and Happy Grilling. Thanks for choosing FixYa.

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I turn on the gas from the cylinder and open the grill to start and press the starter but nothing happens. It is a Q grill and I have never had this problem

Either the cylinder is out of gas or the gas regulator is locked up. Turn the gas valve OFF and remove the cylinder. By shaking it, you can tell if there's gas in the cylinder. If there is, reattach the cylinder to the gas valve and open the valve VERY, VERY SLOWLY (Slow motion, slow). Once it's fully open, light one burner and turn it to HIGH. Did the burner light & does the flame height lok correct? If so, light the remaining burner the same way. Now, does' everything look correct? If so, you solved the problem.

If not, you will need to replace the gas valve, as it permanently locked up. Weber should be able to help you with that.

Hope this helped you to troubleshoot and solve the problem. Happy Grilling!!

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I have a Coleman Powermate PRO-GEN 5000 (6250). It has been sitting for a year and the gas value was not shut off (oversite). When checking the oil, it smells like there is gas in the oil-is this possible?

when the engine sets for a long time the gas can seep bast in to the cylinder and their will be some gas you will need to change the oil and take the spark plug out and air i suggest you squirt a small amount of oil in the cylinder gas in the cylinder can wash out the lube to the rings and cause undo wear and start smoking turn the engine by hand slowly to allow lubing of the rings the gas seepage is most likely caused by a float that's not set correctly you may need to rebuild the carb with a kit around 20 bucks ans easy to do at least the clean it well to remove schlack that gas leaves behind when it dissipates and can cause issues.
replace with fresh gas and run the engine and it will smoke for a couple mins do to the oil in the cylinder remove the spark pug after running a couple mins and clean or replace the engine should be fine following the steps above. hope this helps

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1978 Honda Goldwing GL 1000 is stalling and running in 3 cylinder

I know this one FOR SURE!!! Killed me for days-- my mileage was HORRIBLE, and the #2 manifold was ICE cold while the other three were nice and warm. A multiple step solution ultimately got it going again, and I was thrilled finally.

Yes, the plug is fouling out---too much fuel. Idle mixture screw is useless for this issue, return to factory spot and later set Idle proper after the carb float has been adjusted. Gotta take the carbs off for this, although not completely apart. Get the group of 4 out (lotsa tricks to do this easily, otherwise, get ready for some frustrations in taking them off--lotsa hair pulling, etc.

The adjustment of the floats in the individual carb needs to be set exact. 1/2mm high or 1/2mm too low=noticeable difference either super lean or super rich.

To confirm the fouling, after riding for 10 minutes or so, just reach down and feel that exhaust manifold. It'll be ice cold with it's pushing all the fuel past this carb. My The other firing cylinders will have these manifolds warm/hot to the touch. When this occurs, pop the plug out--you'll get a lot of gas since the fuel is leaking right down in the cylinder at an amazing rate (far faster than the running carbs consume fuel. You're oil may also be tainted now with good bit of gas mixed in.

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