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Yamaha - 1989 Yamaha Radia 600 Fuel/Vacuum line diag.

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I removed the carburetors on my 1989 Yamaha Radian YX600 to replace the float valves and clean the jets. I had to order parts so it sat disassembled. I foolishly did not tape the ends, take pictures, or do any other thing which would have helped me remember which line went where. I have Clymer manual but it doesn't really show the connections end to end. When I reconnected every thing to the best of my ability, upon startup the bike dumped a bunch of gas on the ground. Clearly I boned it. I am trying to correlate the hoses to their respective terminuses. There are two connections on the fuel tank at the valve, one larger than the other. There is a connection on the rear top of the tank which I presume to be an overflow and connected to a hose that runs of the back to nowhere.. There are two connections on a swivel, facing outward towards the air-box on the air-box side of the carbs, there is a connection on the number 3 carb engine-side rubber boot, and a connection on the number carb 2 carb.

What are each of these terminuses?
Date: Sep 19, 2017    Labels: Yamaha


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