2002 yz 125 push rod for the clutch is coming out. when I go to kick it, it jams up, but not seized up. pulled the spark plug, its flooded with gas and won't fire. Put it in gear and the bike tire will turn, but kicking it, it still won't start. can ya help @
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The crankcase is full of fuel. Pull the plug out and kick it untill the fuel clears out. If your float stuck in the carb while the gas was on, it will fill the whole crankase with fuel. Check out the carb to make sure the float valve is working after you're done. Good luck!
Sounds like the engine is flooded with gas.Turn the fuel off if you can.Remove the spark plug and move the wire away from the spark plug hole.Now turn the engine over like your trying to start it.See if gas comes out spark plug hole if yes engine is flooded.If it is flood that bad your exhaust will have fuel in it also.You should get a new spark plug before trying to start it again.If gas does not come out the plug hole.Install the new plug and try starting it with the fuel off.Hope this helps. D.
That is a bit strange. Did the previous owner install stronger springs than the stock ones? Compare the effort to pull your clutch handle to what it takes on a new 125. Be sure you have clean 10w40 motor oil in the gearbox. No synthetics or special additives. Replace the rod and the lever assembly. The rod, lever and oil should eliminate the problem assuming the springs are stock.
If a hole in the piston then install new piston and rings. Next, clean the carbon off the head and install a new head gasket.
If cylinder wall is scared the piston has seized up. Pull the cylinder off and take it to the dealer. Have them bore the cylinder and return it along with a new oversize piston and rings.
While at the parts counter, get a new stock spark plug and a supply of Yamalube Two Stroke Motor Oil. You need to add 4 ounces per gallon when filling up. This will be a 32/1 gas to oil ratio. NEVER ride the bike without at least the needed 32/1 mix.
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Sounds more like a seized engine to me. When a kick starter breaks it will be when you're kicking it. If the engine died and the bike doesn't turn over with a kick it's probably locked up. Try pushing it back and forth in a higher gear and see if the engine turns over when you let out on the clutch,