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    It's a JEEP thing...You wouldn't Understand dirtdude35's Avatar
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    95 750 slt

    i was riding my 750 slt the other day just cruzing around the lake. i gave it gas it took off it planed out and fell on its face. i was thinking trash checked the fuel flitter and it was clean.took the flame asster off and my cozion dropped two washers in the rear carb when trying to get them out they fell in to the motor though the carbs.what needs to be done next? i have the triple outflow pump.


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    You may need to remove the carb rack and intake manifold to get to those washers.

    You can try a magnet on a thin/flexible rod, but the curve of the intake manifold makes it hard to see anything.

    Or you could try rolling the ski onto its side, and the washers may drop back out when you open the throttle and choke.

    Do NOT crank the engine over.

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    If you never started the engine since then, they should be inside the reeds.

    I suggest a magnet on a string through the carbs. Just hold the throttle open and see if you can retrieve them that way,

    Even the SS washers have some magnetism to them. Thank goodness......

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    thanks but whats is causing it to fall on its face?

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    She likes the bike. But the ski gets her wet!!!! xlint89's Avatar
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    That's what you need to figure out!

    Is it gas or spark related?

    Was something sucked up into the jetpump?

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    same problem

    Hi - just read your post - I have the same problem with my '94 SLT 750 and also looking for advice. It runs fine at half throttle or below, but when you open it up at full throttle it will run for a few seconds and then dies!
    I can't figure out if it's a fuel delivery problem or electrical (spark)- and the ski is at that age where I'm hesitant to spend a lot of money on it. If you figure it out I would appreciate hearing from you. Or if anyone else on this forum can help, that would be GREAT!

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