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2005 Suzuki King Quad 700 Idle Issue


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i have a 2005 700 kindquad when i start it up and try driving it for the first 1/4 of the throttle it will quit it revs up and down and seems boggy after it driving for 20 min it seems to get better but after i come home and park it for say 10 min and start it it dose it again anyone have any ideas what could be the problem

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Could be an air leak in the intake, could be an ignition problem, could be some crap stuck in your carb, could be that the valves need adjusting. I would probably start by checking the valve lash and checking for any air leaks. Then I might move to the carb if you are still having problems. Hard to diagnose a problem like that without being there to see what is happening. I would also recomment getting a repair manual, there will be helpful troubleshooting info in there, tests to check your ignition components and valve clearance specs and adjustment procedures.

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2005 kingquad is that not fuel injected system.

Yes, it should be FI.

i have a 2005 700 kindquad when i start it up and try driving it for the first 1/4 of the throttle it will quit it revs up and down and seems boggy after it driving for 20 min it seems to get better but after i come home and park it for say 10 min and start it it dose it again anyone have any ideas what could be the problem

Have you checked your air filter?

* Edited thread title, added manufacturer and issue.

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They're right, it is FI. That opens up a whole lot more potential problems. Could still be related to an air leak, or valves being out of adjustment, but there are several sensors that could be causing your problem too. First, make sure everything is plugged in tight, and check the sensor in the airbox, it is a temp sensor, make sure it is clean. There is a thottle position sensor on the side, that could be giving you problems, there is also an air pressure sensor that connects to the throttle body via a hose, I wouldn't rule that out either.

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