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My 96 suzuki quadrunner 250 and I thought my throttle cable was in a bind not in a bind idles fast when you turn right what is wrong

Could a small cut in the surrounding plastic cause this to do that when it could catch

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Possibly if moisture has got in and created rust then you have a problem. With the engine not running twist the throttle very slowly to full limit then let go the spring should snap the whole thing shut instantly. If this does not happen the cable is binding. Undo the cable at the twist grip end and get as much lube down it as possible a clamp type cable luber will help.

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turn the cable adjuster back to its original position ie between 600-700 rpm look to the left hand side of the carbs you will see a large adjusting screw on a metal bracket whilst engine is running turn inwards towards rear wheel until between 1000 - 1500 rpm remember to warm engine first as rpm will rise if idle is set with a cold engine as the engine warms up when riding

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SOURCE: have 2007 suzuki vinson quadrunner

Mine did the same thing. I took the air filter off and there was about a half inch of gas sitting in the bottom, so I just soked that up started the wheeler and covered the air hole w my hand and hit the gas. After that it started working. It died when I did that and then it started right up.

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Normally due to the over charging the charging batteries get dry and stop working properly and not get charged. Try by replacing it and monitor the charging of the battery.

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