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Honda Phantom Repair

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Hello,

 

I have a little trouble.    Bike starts properly using choke, but as soon as I give it a little gas, it stalls.

 

So, I will not be able to take it to a shop to get checked out.     Anyone think of any quick fixes I can try?     Or anyone know of a mechanic that would come to the house and take a look and repair?

 

Any help/ideas would be helpful.

 

Oh, living in Nong Hoi area.     Just across from 89 plaza, or San Paliieng, down the street from Mae Ping police station.

 

I check air cleaner, no problem there.   Don't know what else to check?     Thinking fuel filter, choke problem, or?

 

Thanks all.

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8 minutes ago, jimmym40 said:

Just across from 89 plaza, or San Paliieng, down the street from Mae Ping police station.

You live basically next door to "CNX Motogear", just push your bike there. If you ask them to pick it up they might do this as well, the person answering their Facebook chat speaks English: https://www.facebook.com/cnxmotogear/

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If it has a fuel filter blockage that could be the problem.

If it doesn't have a fuel filter then the carb main jet is dirty.

Try draining the carb and see if that will make it start.

If you are not mechanically minded about motorcycles then get it collected to take somewhere Phantom are sooooo simple.

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Cracked vacuum line off the carb can make run crappy.

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Posted (edited)

When you start with choke, then I assume you wait until it is warmed up, then put the choke back to it's neutral position, then turn the throttle..., correct ? 

 

If choke is on and engine is cold, turning throttle does kill the engine sometimes....., looks like your carburator needs a good clean or service...

 

Edited by Agusts

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Yes, exactly as you described above.   Engines dies after choke is pushed in and when I just give it a little gas.

 

Any idea of what a cleaning for rebuild of the carburator would cost?

 

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1 hour ago, jimmym40 said:

 

 

Any idea of what a cleaning for rebuild of the carburator would cost?

 

3-400baht

Edited by papa al

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