Yep, carb problems. Go thru the carb again. Check the oil again for fuel contamination. Change it if there is any doubt at all.......any doubt. Flush and reuse the oil filter. Thanks for following up. We were curious to know how it turned out.Gas out the overflow usually means float or float needle issues. What kit was used for the rebuild?
Never heard of them, but I know what the consensus will be here...use an OEM or Shindy kit to rebuild. I have an ultrasonic cleaner specifically for parts cleaning and simple green mix works wonders on carbs. Unless your throttle rod is rusted and seized. Ask me how I know...Used a Bronco carb kit from "World of power sports"
lets start with the run down: right lower side, behind metal cover, 3 switches are there, from far back, neutral switch, then reverse switch, then all the way forward is the oil temp sensor switch. neutral is ALWAYS hot when key is on. oil light should come on, then go back off after a couple sec's. neutral light always lights up when in neutral, and key on. fan control is on top of left forward frame. c.d.i. is on top right forward frame rail.I have only been getting about an hour a day to investigate this beast. Discovered today that it is a Foreman not a Fourtrax. Guy I got it from kept calling it a Fourtrax. Now I am on the right wiring diagram. Cannot get neutral switch to work. Testing for continuity to ground and switching gears, never get continuity. But now when I plug in the wires to the neutral/reverse switches and turn on the key, the oil temp light stays on and the fan turns on. Which brings up the question, where is the fan control unit? Also the CDI? I was going to check the bulbs for the neutral switch. Can you remove the front cover? are do you have to do it from the back? Plastic is brittle and worried about breaking stuff.