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2006 Artic Cat 700 won't run.


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my 06 700 cat just quit on me an all it does is try to start but wont run i dont have spark plug looks like rectifier but it throws fire an injector has fuel shooting out but if i pour gas into throttle body she runs till gas is all burnt up i am lost

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ok i was riding an she just quit running tried to start the cat again an all it does is barely fire off then die cannot keep it running i pulled fuel line an fuel pump squirts gas everywhere i pulled injector and it sprays fuel out i have fire from spark plug if i pour gas down into throttle body it will run till all the fuel i poured in is burnt will not keep running just off of poured fuel or starting fluid has drove me crazy makes no sense got fuel got spark but wont run

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ok gas is full tank of new gas while sitting it was almost empty new gas has seafoam added to it just trying to run it thru make sure not dirty i know it will run with intake cover off i have done that tired of putting all back together to see if she will start the bike has no plastic now intake box is on just cover wit the 2 wingnuts is off it will not idle unless i pour some gas or startin fluid in throttle body but injector is sprayin fuel fuel pump is workin but after trying to start for a while efi comes on the screen display it does not come on every time i try an start so this is why i am so lost i got fire i got fuel but no starting an was running great an no after market exhaust just clutch kit an snorkel but had both from the begining an had her almost 3 years no problems tried on off switch just toggled it but if i turn it off it does what supposed to i turn it on i here the clicking sound an fuel pump running havent tried to disconnect battery but put new one on before al this started

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