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  1. #1
    Junior Member Bryang's Avatar
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    Jul 2008

    "How do you rebuild a 1986 Honda TRX 250 Carburetor"?

    I appreciate your answers,
    Could anyone give me a link of how to rebuild a carburetor. I do not know how to get started. I did buy a rebuild kit but it would be really helpful to have step by step instructions.

    Also a link to purchase a repair manual would be great thanks alot !!

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    Member guardrailjim's Avatar
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    Jun 2008
    Here's a parts diagram -
    Change all o-rings & the float needle # 18
    Remove the pilot jet # 40 - hold it up to the light - you should be able to see through it - soak it in carb cleaner until you can.
    Before changing the o-ring on the mixture screw # 6, turn it in (clock wise) and count how many turns it is (1/4 1/2 3/4 1 1&1/8) until it lightly seats (so you know where to set it when you re-install it).
    This site may be helpful -
    Go to - Fuel - Carburetors
    Manuals -

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    R P
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    May 2008
    Same as any other carb, except that honda did put a flaw (rare for honda) in those carbs. Most of'em have a one piece float,plastic, that won't allow for a level adjustment. If you can't find one used, your honda dealer will sell you a better float for your carb. Good Luck, keep it running !

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    Senior Member Mad Jack's Avatar
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    May 2008
    Your best bet would be to get a service manual for this bike. It will give you the complete proceedure for servicing this carburetor.

    I got a service manual for my bike dfrom EBay. it was the best $25 I spent on my ride.

    It will pay for itself the first time you use it.

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