Question about Yamaha 2004 Kodiak 400 Auto 4x2
Sounds like a frailed throttle cable, or that it might be rusted or mucked up with something. Would undo it on carb and see if it has full throttle movement on the cable. If you have not done this yourself before best to have it done professionally or do some read up good luck hope this helps
Posted on Jan 09, 2018
yea if your sitting on it there should be a plastic screw on the carburetor that runs to the other side you can adjust it with your hand as it is big enough to turn by hand have it running and adjust it to your liking
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
SOURCE: engine stalls after acceleration
Sounds like its not "un-choking" it self, that its running like its still choked like you wold at initial start up.
Disassemble it and see if u can pysically see the activation and deactivation of the choke when u apply them.
While u are at it, also make sure:
Gas is fresh?
MIx is right?
Plug is good?
Chain brake mechanism is released.?
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
Has the bike been stored for any long length of time?
old fuel in the carburetor will turn to a varnish like residue blocking the jets,or possibly water in the carburetor.
Posted on May 03, 2010
Testimonial: "The bike was not stored and was ridden regularly, but it still sounds like it could be the carburetor. Thanks for your insight."
I would follow the fuel line all the way check the filter it should be inline and check the pump as well i would say its one of them two.
Posted on Jun 21, 2010
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