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Kawasaki KE100 over revving

I have a 92 KE100 that will start but it will run at top speed ,not idle correctly. The idle adjuster doesnt have any effect up or down .
The throtle cable isnt stuck. I swapped the carb and it does the same thing. It had been running fine. What is causing the problem?

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Clean your carburator, incl. bowl and most important the jet located in the rigth side of bowl. Good luck

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HOW TO ADJUST THE CARBURETOR ON A SMALL GASOLINE ENGINE


We all have some frustration with small gasoline engines from time to time. Often, do to our own weak maintenance schedule we put these engines away for the season without paying any attention to the recommended procedures in the owner manual. Today I am going to talk you through the steps to adjust a small gas engine's carburetor.
1. Read through the whole list before you start adjusting.
2. Close both jets GENTLY
3. Open the Low speed 1/4 turn
4. Open high speed jet 1 1/4 turn
5. Start engine.
6. Adjust low speed until idling smoothly.
7. Open her up wide open.
8. Adjust High speed until engine transitions smoothly from idle to high speed without bogging.
9. Shut engine off. Let it cool.
10. Once engine is cold. Fire it up and let it idle for 30 seconds. Open it up wide open again. Adjust if necessary.

Please Note - It is best to adjust the carburetor at the beginning of the usage season. In other words, don't adjust your rototiller engine in the dead of winter when you won't use it in those conditions. Regards, Joe

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I am having trouble with the idle adjustment on my 2001 300 kaw atv. Do I turn the adj all the way in and then turn it out so many turns or where do I start???? Thanks


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I have also seen where the idle screw starts to 'pit out' the carb slide and will not adjust very well -- if you remove the top off the carb and pull the slide out you will see where the pin rides -- look and see if it could be starting to get pitted out,, if it is, then I would replace the slide with a new one --- ( NOTE: I have had some luck using a file to smooth the pit out,, but I think of this as a 'backyard' fix and it works for where I am in the middle of nowhere Alaska, where parts are hard to get ).

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1996 kawasaki ninja zx6e REPLACE stator but still dies when you disconnect the neg. cable


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1. Read through the whole list before you start adjusting.
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6. Adjust low speed until idling smoothly.
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8. Adjust High speed until engine transitions smoothly from idle to high speed without bogging.
9. Shut engine off. Let it cool.
10. Once engine is cold. Fire it up and let it idle for 30 secs. Open it up wide open again. Adjust if necassary.

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NOTE 2: Low speed screw,the one on the left.
NOTE 3: High speed on the right.

Good luck ice fishing! Regards, Joe

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