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Carburetor or Fuel Pump '06 660

Went to the mountains and my Rhino decided to go junk on me.. I thought maybe it was an altitude issue, but I really have my doubts about that.
Here are the symptoms:
Driving along and she acts like she is out of gas, backfire and stumble, then stall. Crank starter, no fire. Give it a small shot of starter fluid, we are off and running.
It started doing it going up hill. After a while, did it going downhill. Backfire, surge, buck then croak. If I got to the starter juice quick enough, I could catch it before it died. go for maybe 10 minutes, then do it again.

Then, the last 5 miles, no problem. Ran great. Like an old horse, she new we were headed home..I know it is a fuel issue, but where do I start?

ANY IDEAS???? would be very helpful

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Went to the mountains and my Rhino decided to go junk on me.. I thought maybe it was an altitude issue, but I really have my doubts about that.
Here are the symptoms:
Driving along and she acts like she is out of gas, backfire and stumble, then stall. Crank starter, no fire. Give it a small shot of starter fluid, we are off and running.
It started doing it going up hill. After a while, did it going downhill. Backfire, surge, buck then croak. If I got to the starter juice quick enough, I could catch it before it died. go for maybe 10 minutes, then do it again.

Then, the last 5 miles, no problem. Ran great. Like an old horse, she new we were headed home..I know it is a fuel issue, but where do I start?

ANY IDEAS???? would be very helpful


Sounds like you may be having fuel pump issues thatís if you are still running the stock pump, if you have clear lines and you see a bunch of air in the lines thatís signs of your pump going bad not keeping a prime and unable to build prime up


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Going to look at that today. Thanks
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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-21-2019, 07:29 PM
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Check your fuel filter also

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