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Ok i bought a 1996 lt-f4wdx quadrunner and the carburator was not attached? I have a gaurantee that it runs. I know about the throttle and choke but know nothing of where the rest of the hoses fuel drain,vacuum and anything else i forgot about come and or go from or to. the model of carb is a mikuni bst31ss(single carb)! :confused: thanx jim

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Pictured are the tubes for your fuel vacuum activators. You might not have the horn in the center depending on your fuel tank valve.

In the back top, two vent hoses that route up underneath the shift lever panel.

Fuel feed goes in lower left near the bowl.

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Pictured are the tubes for your fuel vacuum activators. You might not have the horn in the center depending on your fuel tank valve.

In the back top, two vent hoses that route up underneath the shift lever panel.

Fuel feed goes in lower left near the bowl.

Tim : thanx alot ! i dont understand all the extra hoses? as they go nowhere ? venting maybe? jim

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Fuel pump should be on the upper left frame fwd of the handle bars. It is the vacuum that operates the pump.

You might not have the fuel tank valve port on your carb. If your tank valve is the simple on, off, res, type, you don’t need this. If it is the on, pri, res, type, then there is a vacuum port on the back side of it. Vacuum from the carb opens this type valve to allow fuel to flow to the pump.

If you have the simple valve with a carb that has the fuel valve port, plug the carb port. It is not needed.

Do you have a manual for this machine?

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Hi tim: i have another issue with the same machine! i cant get a spark,changed the stator,ign coil and the voltage regulator. checked and checked everything twice and still nothing? here is my question, the wires on the stator dont match whats inthe manual? can you tellme where ea wire goes using the colors? and also on the voltage regulator,there are 3 yellow wires,the manual does not say to what wire(color) they go to or does it matter? and does the reverse switch have to be connected for it to start? if so where do they connect to and the colors,please!!!!!!!!!!!! i have checked the cdi and it checks out ok. thanx jim

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