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    2002 Polaris Virage 700 bogging down

    I have a 2002 Polaris Virage 700 2 cylinder with single carb. The ski set up for a couple of summers but all gas was replaced in fuel tank along with carb cleaning but ski continues to bog down and die then will start right back up only to bog down again and again? I've checked all the fuel lines and I can't find the problem. Does this ski have any time of fuel pump?

    Thanks for any help,


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    Do you have the old grey tempo lines? If so you need to replace them. Check out http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...mpo#post793063

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    Fuel pump is built in.
    Find the hose that connects from engine block to the carb, that is the fuel pump cover.

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    Thanks guy's I do have the grey lines and I am replacing them but that's not the problem as I have them all off and cut a part and there was nothing wrong with them? I will put the new fuel lines on today. loonatik I was wondering what that hose went to so if that is the fuel pump I assume it can go bad? If so how hard is it to replace it's at the bottom of the engine.

    Thanks again for the help

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    The fuel lines are not the issue normally, they cause the issue somewhere else. The tempo lines react with the brass fittings and create a green goo that can clog the carbs. When you said you cleaned the carb, did you dissasemble them?

    Things you can do:

    Rebuild the carb
    Check you fuel pressure

    Report back and we can help from there.

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    Thanks ghost, I have taking the carb apart several times and cleaned with carb cleaner and air took the low speed jet out nothing seems to be dirty? As loonatik posted above about the fuel pump if it does have a fuel pump can it go bad? I'm still replacing the fuel lines even though I have not seen any green goo in any of the lines filter or carb.

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    Polarisitis loonatik's Avatar
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    Fuel pump is on the carb not engine. It's on the side where fuel lines are hooked to.
    Yes it can go bad too like gotten dirty and clogged up or leak just like the carb.
    Last edited by loonatik; 06-18-2012 at 12:49 PM. Reason: mispelled

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