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Old 01-01-2017, 11:16 AM
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Question Running on one cyl.

Has anyone seen an Outlander 800 run fine then drop the rear hole the come back to life. It seems to do it more after it sits without running for a week or two. Been doing it for a year or two but getting to be regular now.
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Change the spark plugs.
Everytime you cold start it and shut it down shortly it tries to foul the plugs out. They all do this after enough short runs.
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The plugs fixed it, I would never have thought that a plug would come and go.

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Awesome, glad it was an easy fix!
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I may have the same problem on my 850, if I start is cold it sounds really quiet and if I blip the throttle it runs like crap and back fires. This all goes away in about a minute if I just start it up and let it idle.

You think I have the same problem?
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Could be Plugs are cheap.
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