Question by  L58 (13)

What can be done for a Kawasaki ltd 440 carburetor that is flooded?

My Kawasaki carburetor is flooded.


Answer by  HelpfulAndy (1107)

If your comfortable doing it yourself, take the cover off your carburetor and drain out the excess fuel. That should fix it right up.


Answer by  louisranjhanyahooin (109)

Turn your gas off, hold the throttle neutrally, hit the start button, more air goes in to compensate fuel in cylinder, replace spark plug new and run after 30 minutes.


Answer by  jon40 (440)

First turn your gas off. Then hold the throttle wide open in neutral. Start hitting the starter button. This leaves more air in to compensate for all the fuel in the cylinder. You may need to replace your spark plugs before it runs again. If nothing else is wrong it should start after 30 sec to a minute.


Answer by  Birder80 (181)

check the floats, most often flooding is caused by floats not adjusted properly. Check float valve height, float seals and float needle seating. any of these can cause excessive fuel in the carbs.

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