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Has any one put a primer on there 650 if mine sits for more than 5 days it is hard to start? Thanks for the help
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I did. I bought a universal choke cable and a cable end from Napa. It is kinda jimmy rigged but way better than pulling off the dog house and seats. It also requires some zip ties. It starts much better now.
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Has any one put a primer on there 650 if mine sits for more than 5 days it is hard to start? Thanks for the help
Primer is built right on the carb.....drivers side.
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Tried adding it before and not impressed with it.
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fyi you can always flip the box off and cover the intake with your hand - its like a super choke...works could or pull off the cowling like mentioned earlier there is a primer on the carb.
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Or better yet, you could adjust the automatic choke. Do a search, it's been discussed before with pictures included. Here's the link.
https://www.prowlerforums.net/forums/...ght=hard+start

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