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2006 Gator TS - Problems

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pauldowny
Join Date: Apr 2010
Posts: 3 Georgia
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2010-04-07          169824


I am having a problem with my 2006 Gator TS 4x2. It cranks and idles fine but after some use it will start sputtering and will just creep. If you let it idle for some time it will kick back in. I have done everything I know to do; Change filters (twice), had the tank drained, etc. Any suggestions? I appreciate the help.

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gatoraider
Join Date: Nov 2008
Posts: 540 Maryland
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2010-04-07          169832


Sounds like it may be electrical. Did you change the plug? The ignitor is in the coil on those, could be that too. ....

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pauldowny
Join Date: Apr 2010
Posts: 3 Georgia
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2010-05-20          170962


Thanks for the reply. Took a while to get back as my computer also went out. I recently replaced the carb and also the fuel pump, before I saw your reply. It is running a bit better, some days it will run just fine and others it will not let you go 6 feet before losing all power and sounds like it is getting too much gas or not enough. Will I have to bring it in to the dealer if it is an electrical issue? I can constantly smell gas when it is running. I appreciate any help you can give. ....

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