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I just went out today to start my sled and it woundent turn over so I pulled the plugs and saw that there is gas dripping off pf them so I dryed them out and tryed again to start it and again gas all over them. I really dont want to pull the carbs off but is that the only way to fix the problem with the floats.

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Make sure your plugs are good, and are giving you a good blue spark. Take one of the plugs out of the cylinder and keep the top cap on it. Rest the bottom of the plug on something metal in your engine compartment. Have someone pull the sled over and check to see if the plug is sparking. Then check the other one as well.

If they are, then move on to the carbs, throttle cables, and choke cables.



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When you pull and pull and plugs are dripping that means there is probably gas in the crankcase.Drain this out and install a new set of plugs and try again after taking the above advice.
 

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Yah yesturday I took off the carbs and holy shit there was alot of belf dust in there. So I got it running great thanx for you guys info. Justin

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