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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-13-2013, 07:51 PM Thread Starter
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ok so when the prowler is leaning on its side,ill say 13 degs or more it seams to bog down a bit,any idea to fix this
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ok so when the prowler is leaning on its side,ill say 13 degs or more it seams to bog down a bit,any idea to fix this
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...is it leaning to the drivers side or passengers or both?
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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-14-2013, 06:21 AM
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first thing i would do is to take carb apart and clean it up,and check your float level.the small holes in your pilot jet might have some dirt in them.I rolled mine two years ago and it layed on its side for 9 hours and it started laying on its side.soon as it fired i shut off.

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first thing i would do is to take carb apart and clean it up,and check your float level.the small holes in your pilot jet might have some dirt in them.I rolled mine two years ago and it layed on its side for 9 hours and it started laying on its side.soon as it fired i shut off.
...and be careful about fuel not having any contaminants in it from fuel containers, etc. I have seen carbs all varnished up from old fuel before, you may want to use a fuel stabilizer in the future if fuel not going to be used in a reasonable time.
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