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98 YAMAHA WARRIOR 350 WONT START

MY WARRIOR IS GETTING SPARK, AND FUEL OUT THE CARB. JET, BUT THE FUEL DOES NOT GET TO THE CYLINDER, IF I PUT A LITTLE GAS ON THE SPARK PLUG IT RUNS FOR A COUPLE OF SECONDS, BUT FUEL FROM THE CARB DOES NOT GET TO THE CYINDER?

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Have your carb. rebuilt and make sure there is not anything in the intake tube between the carb and the engine.

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