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Check the cap itself cause most models the cap is made to open and let out some steam , if the cap has got mud over it give it a good clean with a wire brush then soak it in some boiling water for a few mins and then put it back on and see if it solves your problem if not you might need a new one , if you know someone with the same atv try their cap on yours for a few mins and see if it solves the problem so you can determine if it is the cap or not without having to fork out for a new one

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