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New member and brute owner, have power issues and starting issues that I thought were being caused by the fuel strainer, replaced strainer, went ahead and threw a pump in while I had it apart. Still having the same issue as before, it’s a 2013. Any advice?
 

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Then it was likely not a fuel issue to start with. A pressure and volume test would have been good to do. What else...well, brutes are known to loose their pulse coils and stators. Might test the pulse coil. They also are known to have issues with the idle air valve and TPS. Might test them.
 

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Then it was likely not a fuel issue to start with. A pressure and volume test would have been good to do. What else...well, brutes are known to loose their pulse coils and stators. Might test the pulse coil. They also are known to have issues with the idle air valve and TPS. Might test them.
Then it was likely not a fuel issue to start with. A pressure and volume test would have been good to do. What else...well, brutes are known to loose their pulse coils and stators. Might test the pulse coil. They also are known to have issues with the idle air valve and TPS. Might test them.
any advice on testing the coils? Resistance etc
 
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