CalQwax: To "Bryan Zepeda" - On the left foot there should be a shift lever. Click
it UP to put in FIRST GEAR and up again for SECOND gear. Is the shift lever
BigNastyreborn: the reason they do this is because the carb was meant for just gas, now we
have ethanol corroding parts not meant for ethanol
colin roberts: pk 50 carburetor leaks from overflow tube
It's_A_Daily_Thing: my xr100 leaks out the overflow tube, this helped a ton thank you!
Broxty: Who knew ed norton knows his way around carbs.
BigNastyreborn: mine does the same thing
cameron G: ok can you help me with my Diaphram carb
shythylacine: Had to move an old Honda G42 powered pump today. It worked fine prior to
the move but afterwards wouldn't start and the carb was streaming fuel from
a hole in a brass pin. Your vid helped diagnose the problem - a stuck
float. Not particularly wanting to disassemble the carburettor I tried the
Jeremy Clarkson approach; a couple of gentle hammer taps to the float
chamber. Leak stopped. Start as for flooded carb, running again on 3rd or
4th pull. WooHoo, thanks mate!
Gormby G: same issue today. i see gas leaking a bit is y i feel the bike choppy like
going to stall out on me. and not wanting to go...damn, never did this
before, taking carb apart.. and not sure where to get the part, without
using my credit card for a 10.00 part... to my supplier!!!
monkey bomb: U think that's why my bike won't start
Ray Isaac: nice video...overflow come from carburator...not coz of reed valve for 2
Joe Young: Nice video thanks!!!!
tyler fischer: get a carb rebuild kit for $28 it comes with everything ;)
kenneth rutledge: Very helpful hahaha. fun to watch
rolf hunt: thanks my bike was leaking there and under the gas tank. fixed the tank now
i have to try this.
David Jacobo: This video was helpful. Thanks. Do you have a video on how to clean the
carberater. I would like to learn how to do it.
Bryan Zepeda: Ok so I got a Honda 50cc its an older bike dont know exact model automatic.
I start it up and pull back on it but it doesn't go anywhere but Rev up
high and thats it? I doesnt go anywhere. But start up and when I try to gun
it doesn't go anywhere but rec up high. Any ideas what's wrong with it?
DanWasHereToo: Same problem with my '81 Kawasaki KM100. When I turn on the gas valve it
just pours out. I'm a bit sketched out about taking the carb apart due to
my almost non-existent mechanical knowledge.
Blackicebmw43: Well that was a bit helpful thanks!
GRKristian1995: can someone tell me I have a KLX 650 and overflow my tank to the carburetor
out of here what the problem
Aaron Tomlinson: my issue is really similar, i have a '77 Honda CB400f my leak is dripping
down the hose of the carb. hoping to have a mechanic friend of mine take a
L96A1Fuzion: I have a 03 CRF230F and as soon as i turn on my gas and try to start my
bike it will start to idle and then when i put it in gear and try to take
off ill go about three meters and it will conk out and the gas will
literally POUR out of my hose. I also just cleaned it so do you think this
could be my problem? any suggestions?
15zenderb: this video looks ancient, which is also why its more helpful then most
Ogriv virgO: Good video, thanks
mike cooper: Thanks so very much. Just what was needed!!!!!
Joe Fiorino: Hello,
My son has a cr125r that has the exact problem turn on the gas and with in
45 seconds starts pouring gas out of the btm of the carburetor. Ran into
your posting and just wanted to touch pass with you and see if you may have
any suggestions for me before I tear the carburetor apart.
Sid Cipi: thank you so much !
Clarence Holden: I would drain the gas, put new gas in tank and clean the carburetor of all
shellac including hinge pin.
forkbrace1: Great Video!!
Marcus Barnes: Thanks. I used your info and repaired my sons xr100 in about 15 minutes.
MsLoudogg: nice one mate
CalQwax: __ 1) Is the rubber tip on the needle damaged? Is it a straight taper or is
it cupped. Replace if cupped. Clean the outer edges of the needle. __ 2) Do
the floats move freely? Clean the rod that holds the floats. __ 3) Do the
floats move freely, hard to tell, with the float bowl installed on the
carb? As long as you didn't bend the floats that is probably not your
problem. __ 4) The seat, where the needle slides, could still be dirty. - -
Hard for me to know from here. Be patient and good luck.
MrSykeman: Hi, I have a moped and there is fuel leaking into the air filter, anyone
have any ideas why and how I can stop this as it he bike wont run
Clarence Holden: Take the carb off and clean all parts. You might have the same problem as
the video but with a good gasket and a plugged overflow the gas will follow
the next easiest route into the air filter.
paintball644: hey buddy, I got a 2 cycle dual carb arctic cat. That thing is spraying and
i mean spraying gas out when i pull the plugs I know its the carbs but
whats the problem? THANKYOU!!!!!!
germanium22: thanks man. awesome video. very helpful on my cb400
Galen Smith: So, currently the problem I'm having is smila to this but not exactly the
same. My friend's dad had an old Yamaha three-wheeler. What's happening to
me is when I turn on the gas, it floods the car immediately and stats
dripping fom the drain screw on the bottom.Now, if I leave the screw open,
it'll start, but it's to much of a hassle because if it stalls, to get to
it I'd have to remove the shell (bod). So, what do ou think is wong?
ttrexx2525: this is exactly what is happening to my 80 Honda CM400T - I do not know how
to repair bikes, but i'm gonna try to take it apart - wish me luck. ha ha
Brian Hermanson: anybody know if it's possible to install new carb gaskets on an 86 Honda
VFR 750 interceptor, without taking the carbs off?
BoY860: My exhaust leaks gas or something. It smokes white and I cleaned all the
carbs to see if it helps it idled a little better then shut off again...
One of the four float valves damaged the rubber tip was damaged and off..
could this be the reason why my bike won't run for more then a minute
ken vasallo: its very useful
Ashton Lanier: nice little café racer.
eddy collado: Iv done that it was stuck but then i got it unstuck but it still leaks need
philip brantley: i started taking off my carburetor to my ttr 125l and it started
overflowing gas so i had to quickly put it back on, is there a way to get
past it, i was thinking of just riding it out and draining the gas, is that
what im supposed to do??
philip brantley: thanks
antman8646: how do you flood a motorcycle
CalQwax: I don't know everything about your situation but when I have a little
motorcycle that won't start by using the kick starter I will try push
starting it. It is possible you have flooded the bike, too much gas, so
with lots of gas you will need lots of air to make it run. If flooded, try
kick starting it with the throttle wide open or push start it in 2nd gear
with the throttle wide open. Try to store the bike with the fuel turned off
if the bike isn't used often.
dbgdhklkjhgfdsa: that's cause the idol screws are probably loose they either need to be
tightened or clean out the carb completely!
cbl0325: I have never been mechanically inclined but watched your video and was able
to pull the carb on my son's CRF 80 and fix it from leaking thank you!
Clarence Holden: If the pin was stuck open would it not have been the little rod on the
hinge that was stuck. There should be no way for the pin to be stuck seeing
as it would not be touching anything. If the hinge rid that you had a hard
time taking out was gummed up with shallac the float would not move. I hope
you cleaned it too.
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