Question about Arctic Cat 2004 250 2x4

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Hard to start, once started, idles for about 30 seconds, then "revvs" up on its own and dies.

Carburetor re-build kit installed, carburetor cleaned. Any ideas?

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    Briannkim Hunold Apr 04, 2015

    Does anyone know of a web site that would tell me how to set the float and the tolerance

  • gbob59 Apr 04, 2015

    I'm supprised the "kit" doesn't have detailed instructions. I'd try to go back to supplier to see if they have any answers. Try a google: arctic Cat 2004 250 2x4 troubleshooting carburetor lots of comments, May have an answer

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Wild guess, float sticking or float valve sticking for some reason.

Posted on Apr 03, 2015

Testimonial: "I have took it apart and checked the float it appears to be moving freely. Still having the same issue. Stumped!"

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