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'05 outlander 330 problems

ok here we go when bike is first started it runs fine until it warms up then it stops running unless it is fully choked, but then dies in short order. I have cleaned the carb,fuel tank. I don't know what it could be except electrical and don't know where to start. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
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sounds like fuel to me

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ok here we go when bike is first started it runs fine until it warms up then it stops running unless it is fully choked, but then dies in short order. I have cleaned the carb,fuel tank. I don't know what it could be except electrical and don't know where to start. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
I have a 330 2004 model when it starts doing what you describe it has a blown fuse.I believe it is the one on the altnator.
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thanks for the input i will go try the fuse right now. i have 10" of snow i am wanting to play in lol.
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time to ask something stupid where about is the alt. located
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time to ask something stupid where about is the alt. located
The fuse box on my outi is up front under the front cover where the radaitor is there are four of them clipped on a rubber type holder the fuse that causes my problem is on the right which called for a 25 amp which someone before me put a 5 amp in.
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checked all the fuses and they are good. any body else have any thoughts about what it could be?
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.....runs fine until it warms up then it stops running unless it is fully choked,

Sounds like a carb or air intake/vacuum problem to me.

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checked all the fuses and they are good. any body else have any thoughts about what it could be?
Have you checked the gas filters in the gass tank. Also make sure that your fuel lines are not close to the exhaust this will cause it to vapor lock.Also check the gas lines for cracks as well on the fuel pump.
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I know it's a long shot but did u ever get this figured out I've got 1 doing the same thing I've had the carb got through put new fuel pump, filters & lines on it cleaned the tank & still no luck
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