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Hey guys, this is a great site by the looks of it so I hope you can answer my question. I'm living up in the Canadian arctic and we just came out of a wicked 2 day snowstorm and I thought I had my machine covered well enough but a fair bit of snow got into the engine. I cleared the snow out best I could but I'm having a lot of trouble getting it to start. I'm new to the wonderful world of snowmobiles so I'm not even too sure where to begin, the only thing I could really think of was putting new spark plugs in it but that didn't seem to help. Any ideas? would be much appreciated since it's my main mode of transport.
 

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heres what you do. get someone to help. choke it, very important whne this happens bu make usre not to floud it. if it doesnt start then have someone hold the throttle all the way down as you pull, play around with the throttle going full then off for a while then full. it is still doesnt fast use some starting fluid.
 
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