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i have a 95 ltz 400 and i took it too turkey bay here in Kentucky the other day and it was running great and taking on everything like a champ. then i went through a few deep puddles and shortly after that it just died. i restarted it and it ran for a few feet and not at full power and died again. i kept trying to restart it and when it would start i would hit the throttle and it would die. to me it seemed like there was something clogging the gas line so i took everything apart from the tank to the carburetor and there was no blockage. i took off the carburetor tonight and cleaned everything i could get to on it and reinstalled it and it started up but only ran for a min before dying once again. any ideas of what i might have done and if i need to take it to a shop to get fixed or if i can just do it myself. i really need help with this one....

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check the vent lines from the crankcase, and check the muffler if it got plugged up too ...

if some electronics got soaked, it may take some time to dry up ...

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