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I have a 2007 Kawasaki 600 Mule model kaf400b. It suddenly gave problems running. It starts and idles but dies as soon as I give it gas. When I pull the sparkplug it is wet and oily. I have changed the carburetor and the coil. But, continues to do the same thing.

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Are all the spark plugs like that? Are you sure its oil and not gas? try pinching the gas line (so it cant get gas). if it runs better you are getting too much fuel. if it is oil on the plugs could be a bunch of things. Rings, piston, vacuum hoses, ect.

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