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Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle General Discussion' started by Nill, Sep 20, 2009.
When I disengage the clutch, the motor stops..no idling. Otherwise, it works fine. What's happening?
I had this problem on one of my bikes... I had the clutch cable & CDI wires zip tied to the frame, & when I pulled the lever it was messing with the wires.
Cut off the plug ins & solder & heat shrink the wires!
I know this sounds like a simple fix and please don't take offence but have you tried turning the idle screw in a little? In= higher idle speed, out= lower. The idle screw is the one with the spring and screwdriver slot on the left side of your carburetor. It engages the throttle slide and allows or prevents movement past a certain point depending on how far it is screwed in.
Thanks... I knew the screw adjusts the speed but I didn't know which way does what. I will try this.