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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-15-2019, 04:02 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for a little Help!! 2006 660 carburetor

Ok folks it starts and idles fine? But as soon as you put it in gear and try to give it gas , it starts missing very Bad! Any help is Appreciated!!! Thank You All!!!
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Ok folks it starts and idles fine? But as soon as you put it in gear and try to give it gas , it starts missing very Bad! Any help is Appreciated!!! Thank You All!!!

Pull your spark plug. If it's dark & cruddy replace and recheck. If it's white & clean then you may be running too lean - check fuel flow to the carb. Could also be a ignition wire shorting out. Lots of "could Bs" with stated symptom.
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Changed the filter, no change! Could this be water in the fuel?
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Ok folks it starts and idles fine? But as soon as you put it in gear and try to give it gas , it starts missing very Bad! Any help is Appreciated!!! Thank You All!!!

You state that it starts and idles fine but as soon as you apply a load it cuts out. Given there's a reservoir of fuel in the float bowl and "it cuts out as soon as you put it in gear and give it gas", it sounds more like a ignition load issue than fuel. There should be enough fuel in the bowl to at least get you underway before fuel starvation occurs - the fact that it cuts out immediately leads me to think that the plug wire or plug is shorting out under a slight load. As I suggested earlier, try checking the condition of the spark plug and/or ignition cable. Sometimes, in rare cases, the coil itself can short out under slight load.
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Ok folks it starts and idles fine? But as soon as you put it in gear and try to give it gas , it starts missing very Bad! Any help is Appreciated!!! Thank You All!!!

You state that it starts and idles fine but as soon as you apply a load it cuts out. Given there's a reservoir of fuel in the float bowl and "it cuts out as soon as you put it in gear and give it gas", it sounds more like a ignition load issue than fuel. There should be enough fuel in the bowl to at least get you underway before fuel starvation occurs - the fact that it cuts out immediately leads me to think that the plug wire or plug is shorting out under a slight load. As I suggested earlier, try checking the condition of the spark plug and/or ignition cable. Sometimes, in rare cases, the coil itself can short out under slight load.
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Also make sure your air intake hoses didn't come loose.
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Also make sure your air intake hoses didn't come loose.

I certainly will! Thank You!
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we had the same issue on our 07 450 rhino. it started and off we went. we made it to the end of the street when it started trying to stall. I immediately flipped a U and headed home. it died in front of the house and I towed with the honda to the backyard. it would start and idle. put it in gear and then it would stall. I finally saw that there was water in the fuel. after rinsing the fuel tank with gas, removing and cleaning the carb, a full tune up, new jets and needle, new diaphragm, new air intake hose clamps, new fuel pump, hoses and clamps it would not go. however I did not soak the carb in solution over night and scrub to get that clear coating that water will sometimes produce when water is run thru it. in the end I replaced the carb, got it started and it runs but has never been the same. we have a neighbor that works graveyard shift and expects us and all the surrounding neighbors to arrange their lives to her schedule. a few weeks later we looked at our footage from home surveillance system and we saw our disgruntled neighbor sneak over and dump what I assume was water into the rhinos and the Hondas fuel tank. since then all our vehicles have locking gas caps
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we had the same issue on our 07 450 rhino. it started and off we went. we made it to the end of the street when it started trying to stall. I immediately flipped a U and headed home. it died in front of the house and I towed with the honda to the backyard. it would start and idle. put it in gear and then it would stall. I finally saw that there was water in the fuel. after rinsing the fuel tank with gas, removing and cleaning the carb, a full tune up, new jets and needle, new diaphragm, new air intake hose clamps, new fuel pump, hoses and clamps it would not go. however I did not soak the carb in solution over night and scrub to get that clear coating that water will sometimes produce when water is run thru it. in the end I replaced the carb, got it started and it runs but has never been the same. we have a neighbor that works graveyard shift and expects us and all the surrounding neighbors to arrange their lives to her schedule. a few weeks later we looked at our footage from home surveillance system and we saw our disgruntled neighbor sneak over and dump what I assume was water into the rhinos and the Hondas fuel tank. since then all our vehicles have locking gas caps

Yours is a sad situation but fortunately you have security cameras. Hope you prosecuted the scoundrel that ruined your day(s).
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Struggling when you give it gas is sometimes an indicator of a clogged main jet or a problem with the diaphragm or slide. A leaky diaphragm or sticky slide will keep the needle and slide from rising as much as it should and will cause the engine to bog badly even if the idle is perfect. To check it, reach into the throat of the carburetor and move the slide up manually. It should come down slowly when released- the air channel restricts the speed of the movement. It should also move up smoothly and easily.
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when engaging the 4x it misses bad until it is engaged.
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