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2008 fts750 6hki motor feels like it is starving for fuel fuel filters changed no leaks cuts out.leave for 15 minutets starts again runs for a short time and shuts down againcould it be fuel pressure switch on rail

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I'd be looking at fuel pump. It works when cold, but as it spins up, it gets warm then shuts down from excessive heat.

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