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426 not firering

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SOME HELP

I just bought a Yamaha 426 she has spark she's got compression but won't fire up evin with some starter fluid anyone ever run into this problem evin if thers low compression I she at least get something right

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If fuel screw o-ring is perished, it will be too rich, and starter fluid will not help, just adds more fuel.

If timing is out, no amount of fluid will help, but you can damage valves.

Rings could be seized into ring groove, giving too low compression to start.

 

Check/replace pilot jet

Check choke plunger isn't stuck

Check Hot start isn't stuck

Check timing (just pop valve cover off, not difficult)

Get a leak down test done to check compression.

Make sure decompression lever isn't stuck

Fresh plug - try to tow start it on tarmac if you are sure timing is ok.

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How do I check hot start bc it ran one day sat for 2-3 mounths an now nothing carb is cleand but I also don't have tank on and also it was a friends that I just bought he said he got a new plug but it was one number off they were both NGK

Hot start an de comp are they the same thing

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Hot start is red button on carby near choke.....if your model has one.

Decomp is lever on handlebars near clutch.

 

I am assuming you have started these before, as the routine to only kick from TDC is essential.

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Ok I'll check that out and u let u know what happens and what that cause it not to start with starter fluid ?

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Starter fluid is just more volatile than petrol, so it forms vapor easier. If the mixture is wrong, starter fluid will only help if it is pretty close to right and just mask the problem.

If you need starter fluid, you need to fix something, so don't use it.

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