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Old 03-26-2021, 08:14 AM   #4
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I have seen a couple things cause what you are seeing.

Most often, inside the cable is gunked up or starting to rust. Especially if you do or have done any kind of mudding or crossing deep creeks. Just need to take the cable off so it can do its full travel and load it up inside with a lubricant and continuously move it to try and break down the build up.

The second thing is the vacuum piston inside the carb being scared up and its preventing it from going back down. This one is not good, because it means your air filter has not been working and you have had a lot of stuff going into the cylinder.

But it could be other things like a broken spring or something like that. Maybe even some broken strands that move into the casing when opening throttle.

Hope this helps.

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