Ok so two days ago my 1996 VN750 Ca. model starts to bog down right off idle and dies if you dont play the rev game at a stop light. This is a serious bog point right off idle like the bike will almost die even with me attempting to rev through it.
I get home, pull the tank and check for the myster hose leading from the t to the right ear. It was connected to the bottom of the gas tank guage sensor
. So I route it to the ear like I am supposed to. Button everything back together and it seems to run fine.
Bike sits for two days. OH I was on reserve for a bout 10 miles before heading home but it was doing all this before I hit reserve.
Now its really hard to start, and with no load I need to really play with the throttle and choke to get it to start. I thought I might be out of gas but I limped it to the gas station and filled up. Now the bog is back and worse than ever. Like going 75 down the freeway if I pull in the clutch and let off the throttle it dies completely. I even popped the gas tank fuel nozzel off to see if it was a bad case of POOGS.
On the side of the freeway I pulled the vent hose from the ear and tried it numerous positions, under tank, back in ear again, facing forward under tank, backwards etc...
Any suggestions to try? I cant decide if I have junk in the carbs for running on reserve or if its that darn hose. I have a 35 mile trip home in the morning but I can work on it tonight.