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I bought an older used Eton DXL 90 that was not running. (It's about 10 years old) It ran great for years then all of the sudden stopped, would crank, not start. It had no spark so I installed a new CDI and now it has spark but will not run. If I spray carb cleaner in the carb while cranking, it will run on the carb cleaner but will not pick up fuel from carb. I took the carb apart, cleaned it and is still not getting fuel. I also drained the tank. Fuel bowel IS full, float was is good condition at time of inspection. Im kinda lost as to a next step? I bought the unit for $100 and was looking to use it as a beginer for my son, I dont want to dump a ton of $$ in it. Do I get rid of it now or am i missing something?
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I think you should do a conmpression test.
IMO you've got a super deal on a good quad that's worth every penny to fix.
Even if you drop another 500 (and I do not think it'll take that) into it, you can make money.
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