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Artic cat 400 i started it let it run for 10 minutes and then it died and will not start now is not getting any fire to the spark plug

It is not getting any fire out of the coil at the spark plug

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Guessing you changed the spark plug? .. you can fry the coil from heat...I used to wrap coils in rags when I tested them on a coil tester to try to make them break down from the heat quicker. It worked too.

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