Question about Yamaha 2006 Grizzly 660 Auto 4x4
Had carb apart to replace needle and seat, had a complete carb kit, but I have different jets and K&N filter. Took all the jets to clean everything out. Installed carb and the concern started. If you leave the choke on a little it runs, if you turn coke all the way off it stalls instantly.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Does it run better on full choke, but only goes slow? I bet I know what it is. On the top of the Carb take off the cover, there is a rubber diaphragm in there, I bet it has a hole in it. When you push the throttle , that creates a vacuum, which lifts that piston to give it gas, otherwise it just gets air, starving for gas, it just kills.You should use an impact screwdriver (ya hit with hammer) to loosen them screws! That soft *** metal strips like its lead!
Posted on Apr 21, 2011
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