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sure sounds like something in the carb. just for fun crank it with your hand sealing the carb intake and see if you get gas on your hand. sometimes that'll clear up things. if your hand stays dry its got a fuel problem. older machine prob needs the valves adjusted too.
Gary, Faulty fuel pump sending unit. Most of the forums I checked say this a big problem with Polaris, most say the pump and sending unit have to be bought as a assembly.
Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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