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1993 yamaha timberwolf will not start

Replaced starter , battery, solioniod

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Do you have spark? easy test is to pull a plug wire, hold it close to metal with a stick or other non conductor. DON'T USE A SCREWDRIVER or other metal object. IF you have spark then its a fuel problem, check the tank, remove the fuel line into the carb, getting fuel? If all else fails take your Yamaha to the local dealer for correct repair

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