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2004 arctic cat 400 carb problems


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It sounds like a stuck float, worn float stopper, or debris stuck on the float stopper or in the seat. It is still possible that your jets are clogged, but that is not why the fuel is running out of the carb, that is caused by the float stopper not stopping the fuel from entering the carb when the bowl gets full. Check your airbox for fuel, if there is fuel in the box, that is a sign that the main jet is not clogged, at least not completely. When you take the carb back apart to check the float and stuff, take the jets and pilot screw out, shoot some carb cleaner through the jets and the pilot circuit, and then blow through all the holes with compressed air. You may need to use a piece of wire to break things up if the holes are clogged with hardened material.

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