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Hi, I’m posting on my quad I just bought new from the dealer. It’s stalling after about an hour or 2 of riding. And info would be helpful!!! Thank you in advance.
 

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If you just bought it home from the dealer and it’s immediately stalling from the get go. Take it back to the dealer since it’s under warranty. I wouldn’t mess with it at all while it’s still covered under warranty. Doing so can sometimes void it. I think if I remember correctly, there are certain procedure you must follow before doing any work on the atv yourself. Best let the dealer worry about it. And welcome to the Forum.


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Hi, I’m posting on my quad I just bought new from the dealer. It’s stalling after about an hour or 2 of riding. And info would be helpful!!! Thank you in advance.
Welcome to the forum.

I 100% agree with what Ajl just said. Don’t mess with it. Take it to the dealer for service.

I have the same machine and it has never stalled on me. Never.
 

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If you just bought it home from the dealer and it’s immediately stalling from the get go. Take it back to the dealer since it’s under warranty. I wouldn’t mess with it at all while it’s still covered under warranty. Doing so can sometimes void it. I think if I remember correctly, there are certain procedure you must follow before doing any work on the atv yourself. Best let the dealer worry about it. And welcome to the Forum.


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So I took it to get a full service thinking that would fix it but an hour getting it back it stalled on me agin so I took it back an he said it may need gas! I said the bars are showing gas is half way an he said it may take time to adjust an the problem keeps coming back I tried letting it run with the gas cap off an still cuts off. The dealer is telling me that there is nothing I can do but to look online for a fix because they are also stumped I payed to get the fuel pressure checked an cost me 80$ out of pocket
 
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