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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
They are available through a artic cat dealer, thats where I would go first. These aftermarket ones I just dont like in this application
Posted on Jan 12, 2015
Are the plugs wet with gas after you prime the engine and try turning it over a few times? You may not be getting gas to the cylinders if you left gas in the fuel system when you put it away and it has evaporated and left behind gunk that causes the carburetor to stick or the injectors to clog. (I always use Sta-bil or a similar gas storage treatment when putting up a wet engine). Get two bottles of carburetor/injector cleaner. Put one in the gas tank to mix with the gas there. If you have access to the carburetor, pour part of the bottle of cleaner into the carburetor and work the throttle and choke back and forth a few times with the cleaner in place. Gently try moving the choke plate or float to see if they are sticking. Replace the carburetor housing and try cranking the engine several times. Otherwise, you probably need to have a mechanic look at it.
Posted on Feb 07, 2015
use an OHM meter and with battery disconnected check for a dead short in that circuit .wires rubbed bare etc .
Posted on Jul 05, 2016
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