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2002 Polaris Trailblazer 250 Dies out after 10 mins

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I have a 2002 Polaris Trailblazer 250. It has a nasty habit of dying out after about 10-20 mins of riding. I just replaced the coil and went for a test ride and again it died on me. If you wait about 5 mins it will start right up and go for another 10 mins. Does anyone have any idea on what else could be causing this? if it was the stator would it not start up at all? Any help anyone can offer is appreciated

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Welcome to QUADCRAZY! Is it running out of fuel or not getting spark when it dies out and doesn't want to start?

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yes it does not want to start. Unsure on the fuel piece.

You are going to have to check and see if it is getting fuel when it dies out or not. It's either fuel or ignition related.

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I have a 2001 and had a problem where it would start and run long enough to give me a long walk back to my truck to rescue it. By the time I got back it started right up. I thought I flooded it so I took it out again and the same thing. I checked ignition spark fuel and everything in between. Last thing I checked was the compression and that was the problem. Had enough to start and run, but as it got hot and expanded it lost enough to keep it from running. Rebuilt the top end and it is fine.

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sounds like the same exact problem that mine is having. Hopefully I can get it going right. In the professionals hands now

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