My foreman has been running fine, until earlier this week. I shut it off and the next day it wouldn't start. It has spark, and a new plug. It kinda wants to start when I spray starting fluid in it. Thanks for any help.
You need three things for an engine to run. Air, fuel, and spark. Take one away and the engine won't run. Sounds like you have spark, so check the other two. Part of the air equation is compression. Good luck, and let us know what you found.
i had a riding mower do that to me and i did everthing and cleaned everything and replaced everything finally had the carb cleaned at a shop and it runs fine now probaly just some trash in the carb those things are sensitive.
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Thanks for the help so far. I have completely taken the carb apart and cleaned it 3 times. I haven't seen any trash in it. I drained the gas tank and filled it with new gas. I have tried 3 new plugs, all seem to have a good blue spark. It doesn't want to fire when i put gas in the cylinder. What should the compression be? This has me really stumped. It ran great before. Thanks for all of the help.