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    CB750 Member 750SSCafe's Avatar
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    Carbs bleeding fuel onto the floor...

    Took the tank off to change the valve cover gasket. No issues prior to doing this. Put the tank back on and now the carbs are pouring fuel out onto the floor and the bike won't stay running unless the choke is fully engaged... Help!!!

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    A float may be stuck in the carbs. Usually that's the cause of excess fuel leaks.

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    After reading Your thread double check all fuel line connections or cracks in the lines if there was not a problem before removing the tank. Good luck.

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    Fine rust trash in tank stirred up by moving it about. Ethanol in fuel caused.

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