Question about Polaris ATV
There are a number of things that could make the ATV die on you. One you could check is the status of your spark plug if it is dark or white in color. This would tell you that there is a problem with the combustion of the fuel or the spark plug itself. Check also the fuel if you are flooded in the carb. You will just need to let out a few fuel. If it still floods you just need to adjust the fuel on the carb. Check also if you are idling rough, normally fuel and air mixture adjustment would help. Others would adjust it by ear to get the sound they used to get when they bought the unit. It is important to look at the RPMs and not to exceed to much to save fuel. If all checks out you may want to look at the carb deeper if it needs cleaning.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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