I have replaced the following: Battery, TPS, Coil, spark plug, gas, a certain relay and checked fuses, cleaned throttle body, and about to check the fuel pump and clean the injectors. I just feel like I am missing something simple.
No, it will not start on starting fluid. I did take the injector off and cleaned it and it still will not start. It just turn over.Sputtering is usually fuel related. Will it start on starting fluid? As for the injectors, I'm not sure about Artic Cat but the ones used on various ATVs and SxS have a tiny screen inside the inlet. You might try taking the hose off at the injector and squirting some carb cleaner in there.
Ok I know I have not been on to let you know what I done to it so here it goes… I have replaced the fuel injector about a month ago did not work, got someone to look at the timing chain and compression they said it was fine and they were saying it could be my stator so I replaced that last week And that Did not work so I replaced the Starter yesterday because they said something about that too and it didn’t work either. I started messing with my TPS adjustments and it gets to where it sounds like it’s about to start but won’t start completely. I’m thinking my muffler may be stopped up so I’m going to look at that to because I was getting a lot of compression back to my throttle body when I would crank it over.Sputtering is usually fuel related. Will it start on starting fluid? As for the injectors, I'm not sure about Artic Cat but the ones used on various ATVs and SxS have a tiny screen inside the inlet. You might try taking the hose off at the injector and squirting some carb cleaner in there.
Compression back through the throttle body is also a symptom of a timing issue. Whey you say you got someone to look at the timing, what does that really mean? There's really know way to know if it has a problem without some disassembly. At the very least the valve cover has to come off and even then you can't find out everything about it. Obviously a plugged muffler would cause problems and is easy to check but just going by what I've seen and what I've read, timing issues are fairly common on this engine. Maybe you'll get lucky and it will be the muffler.
What I mean is when I carry my Arctic cat to the guy he looked at it and put it on a compression test Not sure what else he has done to it though to test the timing chain But he told me that it was good