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First winter with my 2011 Rhino up in Northern BC. When it gets below freezing the rhino is hard to start in the morning. The only way I can get it to run is to keep holding the key on until it carries on itself.
Is this normal with no choke?
Thank you.
 

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I dont think so, cause its fuel injected. I'm in PA, not as cold as you, but I've started mine a bunch when its below freezing. I have a 09, keep it outside with batt tender on it, thats it. Starts every time so far.
 

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I'm also from BC with a 2011 700. I've have mine out few times in minus 9-10 celcius with absolutly no probs starting or idleing at this temp, didn't notice any diff from summer. Hope this helps.
 

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hey sean try this...turn your key to the on position and wait 10 sec...then turn to start...also make sure the batt is good and charged
 

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Maybe check a few items. Are you getting spark to plug right away? Next would be Intake air temp sensor, then coolant temp sensor, Map sensor. these tell it how much fuel to put in.
 
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