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    02 Srx 700 starting problems!!

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    • Member since
      October, 2005
    02 Srx 700 starting problems!!
    Posted by Bundy on Friday, November 30, 2007 4:48 PM

    Hi,

    I just bought an 02 srx 700 and Im having problems getting it to run on all 3 cylinder.  The only one I can't get to go is the one on the clutch side.  I checked it for spark and it did but the plug looks really clean just like it came out of the box.  Maybe not getting gas?  I cant figure it out!!  Im ready to pull my hair out. 

    • Member since
      August, 2005
    • From: YAMAHA PERFORMANCE SNOWMOBILES
    Posted by YAMMIEGOD3:16 on Friday, November 30, 2007 6:45 PM
    DON,T PULL YOUR HAIR OUT, PULL YOUR CARBS OFF. YOUR PILET JET IS PLUGED UP. !! 3:16 (yammie tony)

    YAMAHA HEAVEN / WINTER THUNDER /  1995 VMAX 800 bought new!! fastest yamaha ever run at the amsnow shootout 105.16 MPH. 1995 american snowmobiler shootout sled 2002 SRX 700 2000 SRX 700 1983 VMAX 540  YAMAHA PERFORMANCE TONY BELLUCCO/ FRANK AMALFI.

    Harv,s Haydays 500

     

     bracket  racer 2000 srx 700. 10.67 @ 116. first time out

    best to date. 10.45 e.t. 121.98 MPH

     

    • Member since
      October, 2005
    Posted by Bundy on Saturday, December 01, 2007 7:23 AM
    That sucks, I just got it back from the dealer and they were supposed to clean the carbs!!!!  How hard is it to pull the carbs out and check for this?  Thanks
    • Member since
      June, 2005
    Posted by Anonymous on Friday, December 07, 2007 8:29 PM

    Not much of a big deal to take the carbs off and clean them. The pilot jet is on the bottom of the carbs. but it is not the one under the float bowl. drf

    • Member since
      July, 2005
    Posted by journeyman on Sunday, December 09, 2007 9:54 PM
    Once you get the carbs cleaned I will let you in on the best kept secret bare none for a fuel additive. Schaeffer's neutro fuel stabilizer. It's hard to find, but it worlds better than Seafoam or Stabil.
    • Member since
      October, 2005
    Posted by Bundy on Monday, December 10, 2007 8:11 PM
    Figured it out, It was a pinched fuel line under the airbox!!!! 
    • Member since
      September, 2005
    • From: Marion, WI
    Posted by newyorker_79 on Tuesday, December 11, 2007 8:44 PM
    At least it wasn't an oil line.  Had that happen, on my buddy's Polaris.  Glad you found it.

    Smile; it makes others wonder what you're up to. Smile and wave boys, smile and wave.

    • Member since
      September, 2019
    Posted by bluehot on Sunday, September 01, 2019 8:20 AM
    Sounds like a plugged pilot jet and yes they’re a pain in the butt to clean Yamaha carbs. It’s just way too busy under the hood but take your time and pull get it done ok. Not rocket science but it’s tedious just to pull the carbs

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