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Old 03-03-2013, 08:11 AM   #10
stevie88
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Originally Posted by ghostrider.y2k View Post
Take to the dealer, evap solenoid is not working as it should.

My friends bike did this and went to the dealer 3 or 4 times but the tech at the shop was a bonehead and try to blame overfill witch was not the case.

You flooding the left cyl and thru the evap system.


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True, but my preference would be to remove it. I'd leave the solenoid plugged into the electrical system so it wouldn't throw codes but I'd directly vent the fuel tank and either plug the throttle body vacumn ports or connect them with a hose. Then you've eliminated one source of future problems and you can pound gas into your tank with no worries.
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