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Improper timings makes backfire check the timings.

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Most engines hav an anti backfire valve solenoid screwed under the carb bowl. This sometimes sticks due to ethanol gas. When you turn off the ignition, it closes the valve to let the engin run out of fuel. If it sticks closed the engine will not start. Sticken open, the engine will not shut down. It has a single wire going to it. When you turn on the key, you should get power to the solenoid. If you have power to it, then remove the solenoid and clean the needle valve and carb opening. Would be a good time to clean carb also. A good carb cleaner works well. Ethenaol added gas is a real culprit to carbs nowadays.

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I have gas leaking from a hose that is protruding from the bottom of my 1998 Suzuki Savage 650 LS. It is backfiring a lot and I was told this was due to the Jardine exhaust system that is installed. ...


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