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I have a 2005 or late 2004 as they call it after riding for a while when its hot out it starts to sputter bad will not idle like a lack of fuel.If i let it sit for 30 mins. or so it is usually fine but will do it again later. have ridden it at night when its cool and had no trouble but I am not running it hard. If anyone could help me I sure would appreciate it.I thought fuel pump at first but if its bad its bad right? thank you
Yea sounds to be fuel pump issues...do a search on it...just remember get the after market one from Autozone rather than buying the whole setup from polaris....Airtex #E8198 for about $80 and the strainer for about $5 #FS111...Or I think napa has one also...#NFPP7118..
2005 Sportsman 700 EFI camo
800 header pipe, 800 intake
symtec winter pak
3 light mod, reverse light mod(DK)
EPI front springs
2 in. custom rear receiver
welcome to the forum. check the vent hoses to make sure there not plugged or pinched. if not it does sound like a fuel pump issue. do a search and you'll see alot of post of this and a cheap replacement instead of buying a whole gas tank.
Hey can anyone help i just bought a 07 polaris 800 efi sportsman its been sitting for a year it was needing a on off switch on the handlebars after replacing this i couldnt get it to start after checking the fuel pump wasnt pumping is there a fuse or any thing i need to check
Can anyone give me any ideas i just bought this 800 its been sitting up for a year the guy said it needed an on off switch on the handle bars. but after i replaced it. It would crank but i wasnt getting any fuel. after checking the fuel pump it wasnt pumping . Is there a fuse i need to check or anything thats common with this model
Welcome to the forum! Did you drain and replace with fresh fuel? Have a new battery? Plus when you turn the key on you don't hear the pump as you say? I so then could be the pump is bad. Others should be able to give you the correct after market pump numbers instead of having to buy a complete tank assy from Polaris! Hang on you'll get some answers OPT
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