Choke lever

Discussion in '2-Stroke Engines' started by Mister R, Apr 18, 2007.

  1. Mister R

    Mister R Guest

    Hello my wise motoredbiking friends. I have a question about the choke lever. Vibration is making it go to the "up" position, causing me to have to reach down about every block or so and flip it back down so the engine doesn't sputter and die. This is annoying (and can be potentially hazardous in traffic). Can the choke lever be tightened? Thanks!
     

  2. pianoman8t8

    pianoman8t8 Guest

    i think it can be tightened... check at the pivot-point behind the air filter. there might be a nut there that you can tighten.
    if not, then i'm not sure.... i dont have my carb in front of me to look at.. sorry

    -pianoman
     
  3. srdavo

    srdavo Active Member

    yes...behind the air filter is a nut. snug it up a lil & you'll be fixed. :)
     
  4. Mister R

    Mister R Guest

    Thanks guys. I thought there might be something like that. I'll have to tackle it tomorrow when I fix the rear fender. The bolt where it holds to the frame broke a hole clean through the fender due to vibration. Old fenders. I'm just glad it wasn't the front one that broke. :shock:
     
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