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  1. Hey I am having a similar issue but I think it might be a water problem. I put electric di grease on all of the connectors and I still have the same problem.
  2. I know this is out of the area that most of you ride but I went to a ride in Athens, Tx a couple of weeks ago and out of 2000 people, I saw 3 Troopers. Some of you might think this number is low but I was surprised. I really didn't expect to see any. It's a good thing to see more people catching on to the greatness of the Trooper. As long as you prepare for the riding that you will be doing, this is a great vehicle to own and a blast to ride. For anyone in Texas who has questions about where to ride, here is the link. http://www.txmud.com/events.php
  3. LOL that is the connection I forgot about. Yes, I noticed it is extremely tight. I use extremely loosely. Should I just remove the ziptie? Was this causing yours to "cut out" too? I'm going for a big ride Memorial Day weekend so hopefully I can fix this problem before then. Thanks for all of your help.
  4. Well, I messed with it for an hour today and I still have the same problem. I forgot one connection on the engine so I thought that might have been the problem. NOPE!!! The engine is not cutting out as bad as it was but if I give it full throttle or if I am on a bumpy road, it cuts out more then. We have the same idea about the location of the fuse box. I hope it will fix itself because I have done just about all I can do without taking it to the shop. How long did it take for your trooper to correct itself BeeZee62?
  5. I appreciate it. The spark plugs were the first thing I checked. I pulled all of the fuses out and greased them too. I didn't dry anything before I put grease on it but I did notice the fuse boxes were wet. At one point I was up to water to my waist and it blew the radiator fan fuse. All of my battery connections are tight so I might just have to let everything dry out for a week or so and then go over everything again.
  6. I washed my trooper at the car wash after some fun mudding and now it does not run right. It really doesn't seem like a miss, it's like it is loosing connection or something. Even at idle it runs fine for a minute and the it starts missing but eventually it will clear up. When I drive it, I could be on the gas driving straight and the motor cuts out for a second or two and then goea again. This was on Saturday 5/2/09. I put some fuel additive to get the water out of the fuel, cleaned the air filter, and put electrical connection grease on all of the connections to the fuse boxes and engine. I also put connection grease on the spark plugs and distributor. I'm stuck and I don't know what else to check. I know a couple of other people have had this problem so I hope someone can give me some good advice. Thanks
  7. Wow so many options. Thanks for all of the info guys. Yall are such a big help.
  8. I was thinking about getting the snorkel kit for my trooper. I would like to know if anyone else has it and is it worth it? My friend told me that I would also have to extend all of the vent lines for the fuel tank, differentials, transmission, ect... Is this necessary? I will be doing more mudding than trail riding. Thanks for taking the time to read this. Happy riding!


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