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Why does my 2005 360 prairie idle fine when wet but bogs down when u push down on the throttle?

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My brother had the same problem on his prairie 400. He was getting water in the electrical connector for his CDI unit. Unplug all of the electrical connectors one at a time and make sure they are dry. Apply dielectric grease to all the connections and plug them back in. I recommend doing this one at a time so you don't mix them up or forget where they go.

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