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2002 honda trx 400ex

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I recently purchased a 2002 trx 400ex honda, I am having trouble starting it in when ut is cold.Does anyone have any thing that may help me?

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Have you checked the choke operation ? The cable going from the bars to the carburetor? Make sure that the choke cable is in good working condition and that the choke is working.  Move the choke lever while looking at the carb and you should be able to see that it’s moving.   

 

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