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Yamaha sr 125 choke


stevie16v
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if i could remember how the choke was meant to stay out i would help but for the life of me i cant as i remember mine did this and i did fix it eventually but cant remember how but until i did i just used a peg with a small hole drilled in part of it with a thin piece of wire/rope attached to peg and the chassis allowing it to just hang there when not needed ....

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if i could remember how the choke was meant to stay out i would help but for the life of me i cant as i remember mine did this and i did fix it eventually but cant remember how but until i did i just used a peg with a small hole drilled in part of it with a thin piece of wire/rope attached to peg and the chassis allowing it to just hang there when not needed ....

 


Good idea tim, Never thought of that! It is a wee spring loaded peg. I think there must be a wee clip inside it that catches but its a sealed unit

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My SR has the same problem, and was told by Yam. Mechanic it's a common problem.


Mine will normally fire without choke so I don't use it much though. If I do I either hold it out manually for just a few seconds, or peg it out :)


Short of replacing the carb, I don't know how to fix the issue entirely.

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remembered my fix was ..BUT PLEASE I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE IF YOU FOLLOW MY FOLLOWING MESSAGE..


I slightly bent the choke lever/rod just a small amount so that it required a little push to disengage and a firm pull to engage the choke .....


and i mean slightly .....


but as disclaimer says its up to you

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