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Discussion in 'Ranger Nation' started by Lesterr, Feb 1, 2020.

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  1. Lesterr

    Lesterr Lester SXS Nation Rookie

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    2015 polaris 900. Cranks and cranks finally starts. May be fine for a day or 2 then it does it again. cranking fine just takes 10 to 15 seconds to start. Iv turned key on and waited for 5 seconds to try it and it doesn't make a difference.
     
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    alyaz Al SXS Nation Regular

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    Can you get a pressure gauge to check your fuel pump / regulator?
     
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    This is a good video on the topic, it's usually fuel pressure or valve related, but could be a number of things

     
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    I agree on the fuel pressure being the first diagnostic stop. I don't know exactly on yours, but pressure should be in the 40 psi range, usually +/- 2 psi. You can pick up EFI test kits from Amazon or Harbor Freight for fairly cheap.
     

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