1997 Suzuki GSX 750 F (Katana) carburetor overflow
You will need to remove the float bowl. Some carburators will have a carbon coated plastic float, if the coating gets scratched, the float will sink, causing your problem. If it's a hollow metallic float, it can get a hole in it, and sink. If the float is good, then the rubber seal that the float pushes up when the float bowl starts to fill with gas is leaking. This can be caused by debris between the valve seat and the valve, or the rubber is cracked or hardened. In any case, usually there is 4 screws on the rounded bottom of the carburators, remove them and you will see the float. If it doesn't float in a bowl of gasoline, it needs repaired or replaced. If the small rubber seal the float moves is cracked or deformed, it needs replaced. There may just be a tiny bit of debris between the float valve and the seat that needs removed. Good luck. None of this is very expensive.
Mar 05, 2018 |
1996 Suzuki GSX 750 F (Katana)