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I got a 2002 Kawasaki prairie when it get wet it dies then u got to wait ten min to start back
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My girlfriend had the same problem, so we took it to the local dealer in Costa Mesa, CA and were told she needed a new engine to the tune of 5K. We decided to take it to our local mechanic and he discovered that the “ignition control box”, which apparently has the antitheft controls too and shuts the flow of gas to the engine because it thinks its being stolen when it malfunctions, was causing the starting problem. Once, the box was replaced it worked fine. Because the IBC controls antitheft, it will need to be “reprogrammed” be someone that has access to the proper equipment or the dealer. I think the whole thing was about $800 - $900. Sure beats $5,000
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Posted on Dec 04, 2008
sounds like a bad cam sensor. have scanned if light on dash is on. if no scanner any auto parts store will scan for free. a bad or failing crank sensor will make vehicle stall out after a few seconds or minutes. if it is bad enough it will not start. because it controls timing.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
you didn't say if it was hot on the temp gauge? no matter, it sounds like you have a stuck t-stat. when the engine is cold, a mechanical valve keeps the water from coming out of the engine block until warmed up, then opens and lts the cooler water in. this cools down the engine and the colder temp of the water shuts the valve again. this happens constantly while the engine runs, and if your t-stat is stuck, the engine heats up the water in the block, but with nowhere to go, simply overheats the motor. a good repair book will locate the thermostat housing for you and should you the repair procedure. (i assume you have checked the water in the rad. low water will give you same symptoms). good luck.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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