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2001 Husky 107" TP Chirping

Discussion in 'Fuel / Air' started by Stuart Swain, Jul 9, 2018.

  1. Stuart Swain

    Stuart Swain New Member

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    Got a chirping noise coming from sounds like the carb area when cold & the throttle. Goes away a little bit once warmed up. My dad was riding it a few weeks ago & said it lost all kinds of power & the chirp got worse. Thinking intake leak. Any ideas or help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
     
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    Welcome to the group, Stuart. Hello from Indiana ! I believe someone here can help you find that "chirp" !
     
  4. Stuart Swain

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    Appreciate it. Been a member a while just haven't been on here. Working to damn much.
     
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    Start by checking all the top motor mount bolts, then check your compression releases.
     
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