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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-01-2020, 04:41 PM Thread Starter
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Kodiak 450

I have a 2006 Kodiak that boggs down when starting off. Like its starting in a higher gear. Any ideals? Carb and belt has been replaced
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Check your work and make sure the carb is getting gas. Put a new carb on my Kodiak 400 less than a year ago. Worked great for 6 months and then started bogging pretty badly and progressed to where it wouldn’t start at all. Tore it apart again and turns out the float plunger had deteriorated and was stuck closed so I wasn’t getting gas. Diagnosed it by opening the screw on the bottom of the float bowl and when no gas came out I knew I had a fuel delivery problem.
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