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My 1999 Kawasaki prairie kvf 300 runs smooth but will not rev all the way up to full rpms.


Check that the rev governor/throttle cable adjuster screw has not slipped out of adjustment (lock nut vibrated loose).

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Will idle & run at slow speeds, bogs down at higher speed.


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Will idle & run at slow speeds, but bogs down at higher speeds.


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How do I reset limp mode on a 2004,700 prairie?


Make sure your drive clutch spring isnt broke.

Sep 17, 2014 | kawasaki 2004 Prairie 700 4x4

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How to adjust prairie 360 timing


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May 10, 2014 | kawasaki 2004 Prairie 360 4x4

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Why does my 2005 360 prairie idle fine when wet but bogs down when u push down on the throttle?


My brother had the same problem on his prairie 400. He was getting water in the electrical connector for his CDI unit. Unplug all of the electrical connectors one at a time and make sure they are dry. Apply dielectric grease to all the connections and plug them back in. I recommend doing this one at a time so you don't mix them up or forget where they go.

Apr 14, 2014 | kawasaki 2005 Prairie 360

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360 prairie atv engine does not rev up


If you've rebuilt and adjusted the carbs to the correct spec, and the air fuel mixture is right, it would be worth checking the fuel filter if one is present, as well the fuel pump (again, if present). These are typically the first place to look when you idle fine but die out on throttle.

As for the belt light, it depends on what it indicates. Wear? Tension? If the belt slips, or is too tight or too loose, it could also cause stalling under throttle. With the engine off and cool, check it for cracks, splits and wear, and give it a light tug with two fingers. It should have a small amount of play, but not enough to feel like you could pull it off. If it feels like a steel rod, it may be over tight.

If all of these things are fine, no clogged filters, etc, it's maybe time to look at the distributor, and recheck those carbs.

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Where is the idler screw on a Kawaski 360 prairie atv


To ajust the idle there is a nob that you turn that come from the carb,

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