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Old 11-09-2014, 08:03 PM   #21
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Yes, If you remove the side cover and disconnect the white connector in the lower right corner (ignition cutoff circuit) when you turn off the black shutdown knob it will turn off the gas only, and not shut off the engine. This allows you to run the carb dry. Re-install the connector when it stalls.
Rich, my Yamahas both have a fuel shutoff valve. No need to pull anything apart to run the carbs dry. I have the 100, and a 2800.

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Rich, my Yamahas both have a fuel shutoff valve. No need to pull anything apart to run the carbs dry. I have the 100, and a 2800.

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Right, the Hondas don't...at least on the 2000s. The shut of switch is a double duty switch...ignition cutoff and fuel shutoff. My understanding is the Yamahas have a separate ignition and fuel switch/knob.
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Right, the Hondas don't...at least on the 2000s. The shut of switch is a double duty switch...ignition cutoff and fuel shutoff. My understanding is the Yamahas have a separate ignition and fuel switch/knob.

?? My Honda 2000i has separate ignition shutoff and shutoff on the fuel cap.
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That's not the fuel shut off. That is a fuel tank vent shutoff. The fuel shutoff valve is in the line from the tank to the carburetor.
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That's not the fuel shut off. That is a fuel tank vent shutoff. The fuel shutoff valve is in the line from the tank to the carburetor.

Ah gotcha! Thanks.
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