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I have a 200 polaris 400 explorer. The problem I am having is that I have just rebuilt my carberator and the atv is starting and not letting me engage in forward or reverse. When I do this it stalls on me every time. Anyoe have any suggestions out there?:skeptic::mad::realmad::aargh::confused:

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One of my kids wheelers a couple years ago had a simular problem. It turned out to be a saftey relay in the brake. Assuming you have to have the brake applied when shifting. Hopefully it's that simple.

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