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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-27-2012, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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Ok guess well looking for help so got a 97 440 and she quit running on the trail we realized that the fuel wAs not getting to the right side carb and the gas was slowly draining down from the
Basically we had to tow the pos back I think either pump or we put a inline filter on it but no clamps on it could it be sucking air In to the fuel lines
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That sled is not supposed to have an inline filter. Replace the line and try it.

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so we fixed the line and still no go the fuel starts to go up the fuel line from the pump to the carb (stator side) and then when u stop pulling the cord the fuel works its way back down the hose. but the primary side carb get fuel and stays there no movement. btw the stator side plug was discolored it had to me looked like whiteish foam like there was water and oil being mixed together and then getting on the plug idk tho its f/c so idk

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Fuel pump may have a hole in it for that side. Remove the line from the carb and pull it over. See if fuel shoots out.

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Could also be an inlet needle/seat that's stuck closed and not letting any fuel in. Another thing to check for.

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yea my buddy was going through it replaced the fuel pump when to clean the primary side carb and when he was in the bowl he broke a part of the housing so that carb is now junk so he has a cupple carbs with no choke cable but a primer hole he is going to use one of those in stead he rejetted it and hopefully he will find out if it works hahaha he is thinking about using a fuel line and setting up a single primer for the one carb to help it start with the choke on the other side

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