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I have a 2006 750 brute force that fires good on the front cylinder but the back cylinder only fires for a couple seconds then stops? What could it be?
 

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if not roll over you have a bad stator prob
 

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I have put new plugs switched coils over and the problem was still on the back cylinder it also has a new battery. what do you mean by water in the bowl?
 

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I have put new plugs switched coils over and the problem was still on the back cylinder it also has a new battery. what do you mean by water in the bowl?
When enough water gets into the carb bowl, it covers the jets and stops fuel flow,thus stops a cylinder from firing. Just drain them to be sure. The screws are like torx and are on the clutch cover side of each.
 

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Is there a sensor of something how does it know to stop the fire?
 

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When enough water gets into the carb bowl, it covers the jets and stops fuel flow,thus stops a cylinder from firing. Just drain them to be sure. The screws are like torx and are on the clutch cover side of each.
I drained them and it didn't do anything?
 
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