Question about Power Motorcycles
Hi, Dachelle you need to repost your question under the Nissan category, not Motorcycles. Thanks, Gregg
Posted on Nov 23, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Careful with the high octane.. That can burn a hole in the piston..
It might be fludding.. At the bottom of the carb should be a bowl.. One bolt at the bottom.. Take it off and clean it.. Spray some carb cleaner up in there where the float is..
If that dont do it --
Maybe the float is bad & taking in fluid..
If it has sat for long piriods of time - the carb might need to be cleaned & rebuilt..
When gass sits in there for a long time it shalacks and wont work correctly..
Pop off the carb & take to your local small eng shop. Shouldnt cost to much..
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
Sounds like somewhere you have a air leak. Most likely it's somewhere near the carburetor intake or maybe the carb itself. Could be a line from the primer if it has one and i do believe it should that could be leaking or loose. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
SOURCE: 1995 Nissan Maxima idle problems
Let's try the cheapest fix first. Change the fuel filter out. You'll probably see a brown looking goop in the gas, This is an "ETHANOL" problem. Read up on it. These are all related to so many idle and acceleration problems. Buy a can of SEAFOAM at the parts house. Fill up tank with Premium and add SEAFOAM. Then change filter out before 500 more miles. This should clean out the water and the goop and the carbon build up caused by the ETHANOL. Add a can of SEAFOAM every 3000 mile after that to a full tank of gas. It will keep your emissions,engine, and fuel lines clean. And will keep your car from line freeze up. Good luck.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
hi,sounds to me like the air fuel ratio is all up the ***,locate the air/fuel screw on the carb(normally on the side)screw the screw right in untill it stops,then back the screw out 1.5 turns,this should get the bike to run without the choke,once you have the bike running simply turn the screw in or out untill the bike settles into a nice steady idle,should be good to go,hope this helps...cheers
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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