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2008 Joyner Renegade 800cc died and will not start

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Hi I have a 2008 Joyner Renegade that died and will not re start It had been sitting for about 2 months while I waited for a new rear diff and then finally found time to work on it. It started OK after I filled it with gas and charged the battery. It started and ran for about 5 minutes and died I pulled the outlet line off the fuel pump and am getting lots of fuel the engine It has electrical power to all circuits as near as I can tell. Any schematics I have found are microscopic and when you expand them they are written in Chinese. I found one fuse box at the right front frame Who knows what the fuses are for They are not identified on the panel or cover. I replaced one fuse and all others were good I found some fuses and 3 relays tied up behind the battery Switched relays around and made no difference. There is a huge 40 amp fuse in line I cleaned the corrosion off the terminals on it. I still have the same issue It is cranking over, has fuel delivery to the engine but is not firing

Is there another relay/fuse panel I am missing? Does the system use a TPS and or crankshaft position sensor that could be the culprit?

Does anyone know of an on line service manual for this beast

Thanks for any assistance

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Did you check the coils with a spark tester? I just worked on a buggy that would start and only run a few minutes and then die. Chased the ghosts for weeks. Turned out it had a weak coil and it would spark pretty good on the first crank then the spark became weak or intermittent and would die. New coil and it runs fine. 

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