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Directions remove clean carburetor 1992 yamaha timberwolf atv

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SOURCE: setting Timberwolf 250 timing

I think your bike has CDI ignition which means the ignition timing is fixed and cannot be changed. Are you having a problem of some sort?

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SOURCE: won't idle steadily

Check the rubber boot that joins the carby to the engine to often have seen the hose clamps over tightened therefore creating a split in the rubber letting to much air in giving the rough idle eventually you wont be able to start it at all (have a good thorough look inside an outside of boot doesnt take much)

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SOURCE: Yamaha 2001 Raptor 660, need to clean my carb

Drain and replace the gas with fresh.
Remove the air cleaner and spray carb cleaner into the inlet. Work your throttle a little then put everything back together and try to start it.

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SOURCE: My 1992 yamaha timberwolf 250 2wd, wont start.

i wonderin if u cooked a valve or not-sed u had compression-did u test it with a gauge-any engine is really sensitive to low oil n heat-physical parts can warp n electrical stuf can fry-tho it dozint appear

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SOURCE: just redone the top end of my 91 250 timberwolf atv 4x2

try to google for a manual for the timberwolf, with patience you'll find it. I do know that the piston must be at top dead center and both (intake and exaughst) valves must be closed.

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