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Avery Johnson

2007 Suzuki King Quad 700 Shuts Off

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Help. My King Quad 700 will start and idle for about 4minutes then shut off. Have to wait about 20 to 30 minutes before it will start up again, then 4 minutes and die again. I replaced the rectifier and same thing happens. Battery is good, holds a charge and rises when throttled up. Any ideas or help would be appreciated. 

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Is the fuel pump running when it shuts off? Isn't that fuel injected? I used to own a 700 king quad.

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Yes it is fuel injection and when it shuts off I don’t think the fuel pump is running. If I turn the key switch off and on again I can hear the pump running but it won’t start until it cools down.

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my 2005 King 700 will hard quit.  doesn't sputter … die out slowly, its like hitting the kill switch.  After this happens I do occasionally have restart / idling issues.  In my case it settles down after running, so not sure it is the same issue.  A friend of mine said my issue could be related to throttle position sensor which he says could be adjusted by jumping 2 pins on the diag port.  I haven't researched this and haven't done anything about it as I've only run it once since taking ownership later winter.  In my case hitting the kill switch and back on again I can hear my fuel pump.  Is it possible the TPS is "off" sufficiently to cause your issue?  I don't have much else... new to quads as well as my KQ 700 

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Try the tps look it up on YouTube. If that doesn’t work your injector may be clogged. That’s what mine ended up being. I did the tps thing and it still done it. Took it to a local shop and he found the injector was running on only two ports out of four. 

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