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Coils can become faulty due to extreme temperatures and age. As the engine heats up the coil looses its resistance and fails to deliver the charge needed to start the engine. Without bombarding you with technical numbers or making you buy testing equipment, I would simply run the ATV until it dies and pull the plug.How do I know if my ATV is dying?
Cold starting the ATV and it starts up and runs for a second perfectly fine. No matter if it’s hot or cold it will not idle. After a few seconds of running it starts spitting and sputtering and will eventually die completely and won’t start back for a few minutes. This is probably the most common question I get here in my email.Why is my ATV engine not revving up?
When the engine idles fine but won’t rev up, it is a sign of it getting too little fuel, but it can also be because it is getting too much fuel. The ATV may run fine at low speeds, but as soon as you apply a little or a lot of throttle, the engine will bog down and turn off.What happens if you let an ATV sit for too long?
The ATV may run fine at low speeds, but as soon as you apply a little or a lot of throttle, the engine will bog down and turn off. If you let the bike sit for a few minutes, it will typically start again, just to repeat the same behavior.