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Hey everyone, im new here just got a 2005 kodiak 400 and looking for some advice on repairing it.. as of right now its not able to let go of the throttle to put it in gear.. it dies when letting off the throttle.. i can hear it popping from the exhaust. it has been sitting outside for several years. my plan is to remove the old gas, change oil, oil filter. see if there is a fuel filter. replace if there is one. fix the rear outer cv boot.

 

im not sure but im thinking my problem is due to the carb.. any advise would be great

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