2009 Polaris Scrambler 500 4x4 2x4 factory service manual, Page 113Get this manual

2009 Polaris Scrambler 500 4x4 2x4 factory service manual, Page 113

FUEL SYSTEMCARBURETION 2Remove float bowl and carefully remove the pressed float pinSupport Here keeping Pilot Screw Starter
periods of soaking can loosen the adhesive sealer on the passage drill-way plugsDo not soak rubber or plastic components
(such as the vacuum slide diaphragm, needle seat screen, or O-Rings in caustic cleaning solutionsIrreparable damage may occurDo
not use agitatortype carburetor cleaning equipmentRubber parts must be cleaned with mild detergent and hot water only1Thoroughly
clean the carburetor body, jets, and all passages with carburetor cleaner or electrical contact cleaner2If the carburetor
is extremely dirty or contaminated with fuel residue and varnish, soak for short periods only in carburetor cleaner, and
rinse in hot water3Replace the jets if they have buildup of fuel residue or bacterial growth that cannot be removedEven small
amount of residue will reduce the flow characteristics of the jet4Verify all passages and jets are unobstructed by spraying
electrical contact cleaner through the passagesCAUTION: Do not use wire or welding tip cleaners as the orifice size may be