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Like posted above, remove the plug boot form the end of the wire and cut 1/4 inch off the end of the wire, then screw the plug boot back on. Gives you a new connection. If that doesn't help, swap a coil from one of the good cylinders to the one in question. If the problem follows the coil, then you need a new coil.

Also, just make sure your carbs are cleaned and it has fresh gas and plugs. A little water/old gas and almost fouled plugs will obviously run like $hit too. Good luck
 

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Like posted above, remove the plug boot form the end of the wire and cut 1/4 inch off the end of the wire, then screw the plug boot back on. Gives you a new connection. If that doesn't help, swap a coil from one of the good cylinders to the one in question. If the problem follows the coil, then you need a new coil.

Also, just make sure your carbs are cleaned and it has fresh gas and plugs. A little water/old gas and almost fouled plugs will obviously run like $hit too. Good luck
I usually put in 2stroke heet (red bottle) to eat any water in the gas...will make engineers burn the water 1/2 bottle per sled tank full..if you have more than one sled.usually on the first ride out of the season...
 
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