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Honda 350 year 2006 quad is not idling proper and when you ref it up and let the ref of it back fires. Would this be wear in the carberator.?

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Not so much wear in the carby as loose carby mounts and or vacuum leaks. faulty idling and backfiring on deceleration is a sign of lean mixture

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SOURCE: my 1986 F 350 with a 350 4 barrel carb back fires

check the vacume lines keep me posted

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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check the vacume lines keep me posted

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