For the past 3 or 4 years now, whenever it is extremely cold outside, I start my 2002 Arctic Cat 660 4 stroke and run it, but the first time I stop and turn off the engine, let it coll down a bit, and then try to start it again, it won't start.
It turns over fine but it doesn't start becasue the relay swtich for the fuel pump "sticks".
It is always the same relay. As soon as take out the "problem relay" and pop it a "spare", I can hear the fuel pump prime and the machine starts first crack. It only happens in cold weather after the machine has run the first time that day.
I don't have a problem carrying a spare (warm) relay and putting it in, but surely there is a #$%$%$! permanent solution for this.
My dealer tells me everyone running Arctic Cat 660 4 strokes (mine is an extremely well maintained 2002) has the same issue. Yet I didn't have this problem when the machine was new the first couple of years.
Can anyone help? Surely there is a more permanent solution????