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Old 11-09-2012, 03:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i have 02 warrior been running good all summer havnt road in a couple weeks its been cold here in michigan was gona ride today started the bike i took off and it started missing backfiring and wouldnt stay running anyone have any ideas what it could be
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Does it give you a code?

Could it be bad gas because it just sat there awhile?

Did you remove the tank and when you put it back on you didn't connect the dry breaks properly? -well, that one probably doesn't match the symptoms...
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LCV working? Or disconnected? If its disconnected you will need to warm the bike up for a couple of minutes before taking off, a bit longer if its cold outside.
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Are all your recalls done? See the Total Recall forum for information.
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Does it give you a code?

Could it be bad gas because it just sat there awhile?

Did you remove the tank and when you put it back on you didn't connect the dry breaks properly? -well, that one probably doesn't match the symptoms...
its not the gas and im not sure how to get or see any code
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LCV working? Or disconnected? If its disconnected you will need to warm the bike up for a couple of minutes before taking off, a bit longer if its cold outside.
nothing is off
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its not the gas and im not sure how to get or see any code
It shows up on the tach
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theres nothing diff.on the tack
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theres nothing diff.on the tack
You may have to go into diagnostic mode and check the code history to see if it has codes in there. Mine had 8 codes in there that i did not know where there. Check the manual on how to pull the codes up and clear them if there is any. You might check or replace your spark plugs also.
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