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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-06-2010, 01:57 AM Thread Starter
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problem with crossfire 5 befi

Good day guy's I'm a new member my first post I've owned AC for 6 years now have a 2008 crossfire 5 thats been great until this winter,having problems with it flooding out on me when I hit 5200 RPM but it idles normal I did a test on the voltage and it came out as 14.46 volts the dealer thinks that it's my fuel pump pressure regulator flooding it out by the way I have 8300 hundred miles on it any suggestions is greatly appreciated. and where is the voltage regulator located can't find it online.stumped as this is my first efi snowmobile.

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Good day guy's I'm a new member my first post I've owned AC for 6 years now have a 2008 crossfire 5 thats been great until this winter,having problems with it flooding out on me when I hit 5200 RPM but it idles normal I did a test on the voltage and it came out as 14.46 volts the dealer thinks that it's my fuel pump pressure regulator flooding it out by the way I have 8300 hundred miles on it any suggestions is greatly appreciated. and where is the voltage regulator located can't find it online.stumped as this is my first efi snowmobile.

Stanoot
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thanks MarkToday hope i can find it
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