help with 45 mud buddy.....

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  1. THE GOTDUX

    THE GOTDUX Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    Don't worry about it....
    I just got my 45 this week when I just went to run it for the third time it wouldn't start. I thought it was flooded so I pulled the plugs...they were a little wet so I cleaned them...tried it again no start....then I checked for spark...NO SPArk...
    Anyone know if I have no spark what the problem may be?
    Thanks for all who reply....:tu
    GOTDUX
     
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    Spartan Elite Refuge Member

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    Did you connect the kill switch lanyard?
     
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    THE GOTDUX Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    Don't worry about it....
    kill switch checked and the battery is still running the trim and tilt....anyone know if there are any fuses?
     
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    post some pics gotdux...


    i uhhhhhhh....... need to see em before i can diagnos the problem :dv yah thats it, a pic would help :sp
     
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    THE GOTDUX Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    Don't worry about it....
    Just checked for spark again, after pulling the electrical cover and checking all connections. It turned over and ran great! However I reinstalled the electrical cover and went to start it again and it wouldn't start!!!!!!!!!!????????
    this sux
     
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    Carolina Duckman Elite Refuge Member

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    He did, Look at his avatar.;)
     
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    belly_up Senior Refuge Member

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    nope...that motor in his avatar would be starting everytime:tu
     
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    letmwurk Elite Refuge Member

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    RJ - I'd give MB a call or post up over on their forums

    I know that they advised putting in colder plugs - don't know if that'd help in your scenario though.
     
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    could the electrical cover be grounding something....if it fires everytime without the cover....sounds like there is your culprit
     
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    any reason you got a pro-drive in your avatar but you are posting about a mb?
    but it sounds like you found it there is a loose connection in you electrical panel or a loose nut behind the tiller
     
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