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Have a 1999 snowmobile polaris 500 classic.will not fire.plugs are wet.tried removing fuel from cylinders with plugs out.reinstall plugs turn key turns over will not start

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Did you try laying the plugs on the head and plug them into the wires, then crank it over and see if the plugs spark then. If they don't then maybe crank sensor or cdi box is bad.

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