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1993 Polaris 350l help!


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So, I bought the machine almost a year ago and have been chasing problems. I have replaced the battery, starter solenoid, spark plug, and the starter. Since having replaced those, it doesn't want to start. I checked the carb, and it was wet as well as the spark plug. And I've searched multiple forums and cannot find an answer. So, anything that helps is appreciated, thanks. 

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So you saying it was going before you replaced those parts, but now that you've fitted the parts it won't start ? And you fitted all the parts in one go ?

And what were the problems you've been chasing for the last year ?

It sounds like the no start now must be something you've done if it was going before you fitted new parts..

A wet spark-plug sounds like you have a weak or no spark. Have you checked if there is spark at the plug ?

Have you gone back and checked all the wires you touched, or near where you were working ?

If the bikes been sitting for a long time, has it got fresh fuel ? Stale fuel will make it hard to start and can flood the spark-plug.

 

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