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yamamama

2000 Yamaha Warrior - No Spark

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Can't wait till tomorrow to see if she will run again!!! Funny thing is ...my son is grounded from it. so I guess ill have to ride all day... haha......I can't thank u enough!!!

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The screws that hold the pick up coil in are really tight and I don't want to stripe them. Any advise. Sorry fpr type

o'S I am using phone with gloves on. Didn't want u to think I was completely stupid. Ha

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mine were in tight too, sometimes if you give them just a little tightening, just to move it ever so much, it breaks it free. then you can back them out. you can also try keeping the screwdriver in the slot, and tap it with a hammer...

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Put a little valve grinding compound in the screw head. U can use alot more force without stripping with the compound in there. Also works great on stripped screws.

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Just got everything put back together and she cranked right up. Ox, I feel like I need to send ya a check. You sure do deserve it!!! Thank you so much!

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ah right on!! just time and perseverance is the key. i'm, struggling with a carburetor right now and all i want to do is find my sledge and put it out of its misery :laugh: but that's why i just took another break away from it .... good news yamamama !!

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Will try just spraying carb cleaner 1 st (. Sorry for bouncing around..easier to post here by phone). Also,I only here the soud when in 4th and 5th gear. Don't know if that helps any

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I can't fit a screw driver in there. Far enough to just unscrew bowl. Is it ok to unscrew it from the block.....or is that really even what it is called.

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i would remove it from the rubber manifold coming from the block. leave the rubber in place at the block, i think it would be much easier. (well, nothin's easy LOL) and remove the airbox hose where it connects at the carb.

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It does back fire. The kid didn't tell me that it was doing that. Is the carb. Still the 1st thing to check. Please pardon the idiotism

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it will back fire with too much air and not enough fuel. is it back firing (can you tell), at the carb or at the exhaust pipe? is the engine getting really hot?

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if it is running lean (more air than fuel), it will backfire at the carb, if it is running rich (more fuel than air), it will backfire out the exhaust ...

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From the exhal. But I really haven't noticed hotness. Speaking of air. Are u suppose to put oil on the air filter? Just was told that and I would just like to confirm

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R there any signs to indicate a problem with needle / seat. Is there a really small hole or something that is in this same area that can be soaked in carb cleaner and very gently be blown out. After taking out needle etc.

I remember watching someone do this. Or...heck....I may have dreamed it.

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