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Old 02-15-2014
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well have my sled out drop new battery in it and make sure its got good connection. turn the key pull up the kill switch and hear the fuel pump prime the fuel rail and when you pull the rope several time it wont start so checked injectors and there not spraying fuel i have good spark good compression good fuel pressure so i went ahead and replaced the dropping resistor and got nothing still. if you put fuel in the cylinders it will fire but when the fuels gone it just shuts off i need help finding what the problem is it ran great in the u.p. but put it away and pulled it back out and now its doing this im leaning towards corroded connectors or efi relay any help?
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You should remove the injectors and have them cleaned, it sounds asnif they might be clogged.
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see i thought about doing that to i watched a couple of videos on how to do it and it seems easy but its easyer said then done haha but thanks man ill see what happens
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