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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: four wheeler back fires
If the motor has two carbs then balance the carbs. Balancing the carbs basically means being certain the slides on both carbs open up simultaneously. If one carb opens sooner than the other then it 'drives' the other carb and can cause the backfire. Other things can can cause a backfire but lets start here first.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
sounds like that the piston o-rings are warn out. replace them on the master cylinder and get your self a 12 inch tube and a small glass jar loosen the bleeder valve put the tube on the bleeder valve and the other end in the jar put brake fluid in the jar and put it in the reservoir don't let ether run out and keep moving the brake lever it will get the air out of the lines quicker, repeat this for the other side
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
SOURCE: 91 kawaski 4 wheeler won't start
first are you getting spark?second are you getting fuel? to check the spark take out the plug and put it back into to cap(holder) do not touch the plug and turn over the engine.you will see a small spark.if not you starter coil is bad.to check the gas look under the carb there will be a overflow hose by the overflow hose is a flathead screw,open it if no gas comes out you will need to take out the carb and replace the float valve.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
Could be air block in the petrol tube and clean the carborator and remove the dust and dirt to run the unit. Cleran the petrol tank atleast once in a year to avoid dust formation at the bottom of the fuel tank. Adjust the gap in the spark plug to standard specification to avoid back fireing.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
so yo have an electronic ignition then. Id be suspiciious of the little 'black box' that comprises the system.
Electronic ignition is teriffic while it works, and they have a good track record. When it quits ... id much rather work on the points type.
Aside from checking the adjustment on the electronic ignition, I dont think there is much you can do with them
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
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