2004 Polaris Freedom, Virage, Genesis and MSX-140 Service Manual., Page 49Get this manual

2004 Polaris Freedom, Virage, Genesis and MSX-140 Service Manual., Page 49

MAINTENANCE General Troubleshooting The following information is provided to help you identify possible causes for conditionssymptoms
tank inlet check valve damaged, faulty, or improperly installed Vent lines kinked Air leaks at fuel pickup connections or
lines between pump and tank Fuel pickup tube disconnected or loose in tank Fuel pump impulse line pinched, kinked, restricted
with oil or water, or leaking Carburetors dirty; main pilot or bypass orifices restricted; fuel inlet screen plugged Carburetor
synchronization incorrect Water separator full or restricted Water in fuel tank High or low speed screws adjusted incorrectly;
jets too small or restricted Fuel pump diaphragm or check valve damaged Fuel filter restricted Carburetor jetting incorrect
Fuel tank pickup screen plugged Air leaks in engine intake tract (carburetor base gaskets, reed gaskets, synchronizing plugs,
etc Carburetor inlet needle or control lever arm stuck or adjusted incorrectly Fuel line "T" restricted Inlet needle valve