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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-20-2019, 05:21 PM Thread Starter
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2019 cranks but don't start

My 2019 raptor won't start, fuses are good, fuel pump is priming and it shocked me when I checked spark. I unplugged my programmer and hooked it back up to stock and still won't start. Bike only had maybe 20 hours on it. Need help if anyone has had this issue before.
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-20-2019, 08:15 PM
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Replace the plug with a new one. Let's start simple, that plug could be fouled enough to where it will not provide enough spark to start even though you feel it.

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2nd vote for spark plug.... is it throwing you a code!

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If the spark is the problem than you need to check your programmer and the map it is running. It obviously isn't good. Since it is a new quad I don't think there is anything else wrong with it.

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If the spark is the problem than you need to check your programmer and the map it is running. It obviously isn't good. Since it is a new quad I don't think there is anything else wrong with it.

Possibly could be a deaf plug maybe no need to change your map. I would change plug rim with that tune for a couple of hours than pull the plug and see how it's burning. White is lean, black rich, reddish brown is good.
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Will it bump start?

"Spark, compression and fuel" to run. Check your valve adjustment, especially the intakes. A common problem of hard or no start.

Also, be sure your battery is around 13.5 volts or better. Trickle/float charge for a few days if needed. Also a common problem.

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post #7 of 9 (permalink) Old 10-22-2019, 11:20 PM Thread Starter
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Ya I called the dealer and he said it could definitely be the plug, plug was pretty black. Also I revved it up quite a bit last time I started it and he said that could easily have fouled the plug on the 700. He also mentioned the battery. Will have a new plug thursday so I will give it a shot. And yes I tried roll starting it behind a truck just going down the street and no fire.
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I am trying to find the best way i can clesn my steering wheel. I have a Fiat 500.
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