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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-27-2003, 05:44 PM
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HELP!!! Wet plugs Phazer

88 Phazer the plugs kept getting wet it starts fine, but runs bad it also backfires sometimes I dont know if the plugs are getting to much fuel or to much oil can anybody help thanks Marc
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 01-27-2003, 09:03 PM
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Re: HELP!!! Wet plugs Phazer

Hey,
I've seen this problem...
Check the choke and make sure it is releasing. Also, check the idle air screws and how they are adjusted. If these things don't work pull the carbs apart and clean them real good and reset the float level.

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Re: HELP!!! Wet plugs Phazer

I guess it does't have points. If it does check those. If it's cdi can you still adjust the timing like you would with points. My friends sled did this too and it was the choke cable. The cable came partle out of the hole on the carb and was giving it part choke.
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 02-24-2003, 10:07 PM
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Re: HELP!!! Wet plugs Phazer

I've got 2 '90's and a '91 and all of them have done this at one time or another. It's a cheap and quick fix but it works for me. Stop the engine and feel which side of the "y" pipe is cooler (you might already know which cylinder it is by now). Pull the plug boot off the plug but let it just rest on top of the plug. Start it back up and run it easy for about a mile (you'll be able to tell when it clears up) stop, lift the hood and push the wire back on. Ha worked for me for a couple of years. I don't even stop the engine anymore. This builds up a little "hotter" charge and fires a fouled plug but won't ruin a CDI. Hope this helps....
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