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I have a 1994 Polaris Indy XLT 600 triple that is EXTREMELY hard to start...I replaced the plugs and ran it with no problems...that was last weekend and when i went out this past weekend it wouldnt start at all...I gave it a slight bit of throttle when pull-starting and got no response...SO I pulled the top off the airbox and sprayed starting fluid into the carbs while pull starting and also got no response from that....I dont know what to do...any advice?
 

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the new plugs could be bad it doesn't happen often but i have had a few that were bad i would try the old ones again and see. you should also just make sure that you have spark it could be a problem earlier than the plugs
 

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take carbs off ,clean them ,and make sure youre' needles and seats are good
 

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I would bet it is the needles and seats...shut the gas off when not running it. I had the same problem
 

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check to see if the plugs are wet...It could be flooded,if it is you have bad needle and seats.
 
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