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I think I flooded my sled, it's a xlt 600 triple. Aside from pulling the plugs and letting it dry out is there anything else I can do to resolve this issue.

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I've had the same trouble with my 97 XLT. The guys here gave me some good advice, check it out under "Cold Blooded XLT???" in the Shop forum.
 

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here's the link to that topic
http://www.snowmobilefanatics.com/snofans/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=922&FORUM_ID=47&CAT_ID=13&Topic_Title=Cold+Blooded+XLT%3F%3F%3F&Forum_Title=The+Shop

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On your crankcase, under each exhaust port, there should be a bolt, take this bolt out, it's a plug, let the fuel drain out. It's a quick and easy way to fix a flooded engine.



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Thanks we'll give it a try. I'll let you know

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fxd, my 93 xlt had the same problem, but thanks to some good advice, i found those 10mm. bolts that polaris-man is speaking of, you will want to let you sled sit for awhile with those bolts removed, as well as the spark plugs, otherwise, can you say BACKFIRE HARD!
 

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Hmm, at first I thought you were talking about flooding your engine, with water. Thoses same bolts that Polaris-Man mentioned will get water out as well if you ever happen to sink it in water.


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<BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id=quote>quote:<hr height=1 noshade id=quote>Originally posted by erick:

Hmm, at first I thought you were talking about flooding your engine, with water. Thoses same bolts that Polaris-Man mentioned will get water out as well if you ever happen to sink it in water.


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Sounds like you're speaking from experience Eric. Did you take a sled swimming?


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