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Ski doo Scandic 550 f 2010 Sudden stall at 35-50 kmh. Comes back to life after turning ignition switch off and on again. Both cylinders die simultaneously, spark plugs are ok.

The model can be 2009. My dealer said that my sledge is the last of this model.

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SOURCE: ignition switch or ignition cylinder??

Ignition Switch They Are Always Going Bad Your Lucky You Can Get It Acc Mode Mine Wouldn't Turn At All. I Went After Market Through A Much Cheaper Version From Autozone But Now I Have One Key For The Door And Another For The Ignition.

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SOURCE: Car shakes and is running on 2 cylinders.

cheap fix number one yake a timing light and check for missing fire does car run ok for a few seconds when cold sounds like a bad module

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SOURCE: 1995 ford taurus 3.0l v6 wagon no spark.

Listen TFI module is more than likely the problem change it. TFI module controls spark and timing and fuel. Keep one with you in the car. The module is getting hot and not working right.

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SOURCE: Misfire on cylinder No. 3

try pulling the plug out and putting a very small dab of loctite thread locker on it and see if this stops the problem.

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SOURCE: I own a 1996 Hyundai Accent carburator 1.3 model.

dont know if you found your problem or not or if this has anything to do with fixing your problem.....I have a 96 accent and it would start up but immediately stall three or four times before finally running. I would be driving down the road or coming to a stop and the car would shut off and would sometimes take multiple tries to start back up. It didn't make any air sounds so it may not be your problem but mine was simply the ignition switch. A relative give me the idea to check it so while driving I shook the ignition key and the car died. I went to auto zone and bought an igntion switch for $19 and change and it totally fixed the problem.

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