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2017 cub cadet challenger 750 dies when cold

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  • Alex changed the title to 2017 cub cadet challenger 750 dies when cold

I have a similar issue with mine. I have to keep the rpms up to around 3000 for a couple of minutes before it even thinks about idling and to answer the question on choke, they're all fuel injected for years now. I'm told there is a temperature sensor on engine somewhere that may be bad or even unhooked. It's purpose is to gauge the engine temperature and feed the computer a signal that sets the fuel air mixture. I haven't had time to mess with it lately but that's what I was told by the shop that works on them. Good luck.


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