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1999 arctic cat zr 600 efi

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Old 03-19-2008
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Default 1999 arctic cat zr 600 efi

Hello everyone. I'm working on a 99 arctic cat zr 600 efi. It was not starting at first but i removed the old fuel put in fresh and some sea foam she started right up. took her for a couple spins around the yard and let her sit for a while but she still ran. i shut her down for a hour then went to restart her. she started but when you hit the throttle she bogs down and quits. it's like she's almost getting to much fuel. cause when i try to start her after words she won't you can smell gas. I was wondering if it could be the EFI. any help would be appreciated. thanks
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Check your plug first.
If you can smell gas, it's flooded.
Pull the plugs and leave the switch off. Hold the throttle wide open and pull it over till you have cleared the the gas from the base.
Put in new plugs gapped 0.028.
Should do the trick.
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thanks will try that.
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another question, I was looking under the hood and went to grab the spark plug tool that they have next to the ecu and the 2 wires that are suppose to plug into each other for regular gas was unplugged I went to plug them in to each other but then i noticed the they looked burnt on both ends off the female side so i was wondering if that could be bad. and if so is there any way to check it? thanks
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I think that's a fusible link and you will need to replace it. Check to be sure:
http://arcticcat.arinet.com/Empartwe...t&partner=ARCC
Arctic Cat E-Parts Catalogs -- EMPARTweb Version 5.2.2
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