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My battery on my 94 wildcat 700 efi keeps going dead and it is a brand new battery. i tested it after charging it every time and it says 12.70 volts. it runs for about 2 or 3 min. and then doesnt have enough power to power the fuel injection. so what could be the problem?
 

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I would say that your charging system is not working at all.When you start the sled use a multi-tester to check the battery when it's running.It should be at around 13.5 when the sled is running at 3000 RPM according to my manual.If not you have a problem.Check the fuse in the box above the EFI unit .There are 3 fuses there.Its the one all the way to the right it is labeled charging system.Make sure that the fuse is good.
Post back and list what you have tried and the results and we can try and figure it out from there.
 

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My battery on my 94 wildcat 700 efi keeps going dead and it is a brand new battery. i tested it after charging it every time and it says 12.70 volts. it runs for about 2 or 3 min. and then doesnt have enough power to power the fuel injection. so what could be the problem?[/b]

Could be your voltage regulator shorted out. I had the same thing happen to my Ext with the efi. A wire by the recoil rubbed bare and ended up shorting out the regulator. Just a check you could do.
 

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Does your wildcat have two relays probably located behind the ECU? My 96 ZR had them and when one of them went bad the fuel pump would only run when it felt like it. Not sure if the 94 wildcat 700 and 96 ZR 580 wiring are similar.
 
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