Skidoo Turbo Issue with bogging at times Deep Snow

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What about the lemon law or is that just for cars and trucks?
 

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Only applies in the US. And I believe actual repairs have to be performed for that to apply.
You are correct. Canada does not have the "Lemon Law". There are things that can be done in the case of autos though!
 

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You are correct. Canada does not have the "Lemon Law". There are things that can be done in the case of autos though!

Yeah I've been down that road before, it's not easy to get a vehicle taken back, most people just trade the vehicle and take the loss because at the end of the day that's way easier.
 

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You need to make a YouTube video detailing exactly what it is doing, ask the public for help.

Then send the link to your dealer and BRP loyalty stating you want this fixed. Something will happen for you.

Unfortunately Martin's isn't going to push the issue very hard, you need to light a fire under their asses.

To me it sounds like a partially broken wire in the injector harness. I had something very similar happen on a cat.

I hope this is resolved for you asap.
 

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If the temp sensor on exhaust fails and thinks it is cold it will over fuel. I almost had a sled burn down when the sensor on the suitcase fell out and was puking raw fuel into it then catch on fire.
Hey that's a valid option at this point lol.
 

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Make that 2 850 turbos down now with motors both from same dealer its prob related to this issue i imagine dealer overlooked it and now 2 sad boys are 12 hours away from home and no sleds to ride after 25 gs each
It's not a problem until they are off break in.

Fuel?
 

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Trade it off for a new one problem solved….By the sounds of all hassles of going back n forth to Martin’s & none of the fixes rectifying the problem you would be better off. Hell part it out even & ride a different rental from Specialty each trip out
 

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Trade it off for a new one problem solved….By the sounds of all hassles of going back n forth to Martin’s & none of the fixes rectifying the problem you would be better off. Hell part it out even & ride a different rental from Specialty each trip out

what new one? most customers don't even have their 2022 yet. Extra snowmobiles is not a thing for the next year or two. You might be able to get your hands on an NA SP but coming from a turbo thats not really a fair resolution.
 

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I spoke with BRP customer service today for about 1 hour. Let them know my thoughts. They are putting a senior technicial advisor on it right away. I ordered the factory spark plug wires and the factory exhaust presssure module. Just over $300 for this so I’ll change both and go to the hill and see if this improves things.
 

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I spoke with BRP customer service today for about 1 hour. Let them know my thoughts. They are putting a senior technicial advisor on it right away. I ordered the factory spark plug wires and the factory exhaust presssure module. Just over $300 for this so I’ll change both and go to the hill and see if this improves things.

Nice, but are You paying for the parts?
 

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Man that sucks. I don’t really have any input here. I hope your crap situation turns around with those new wires and module !
 

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Nice, but are You paying for the parts?
I ordered them myself yes. Not waiting for the BRP tech to chime in, I want to ride this season without this problem. I didn’t complain about this on here last season, and I thought we fixed the problem after they changed the injectors. Only one day ride for testing, and it worked fine. So this year I had the same thing come back on my first trip out. So I’ll put up to 500 in to fix it and I’ll deal with that after, need this fixed.
 

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Did they inspect the reeds?
Something to add to this. I have seen a reed cage break but the vulcanized rubber holds the frame in place so it looks fine. When you put some pressure on it the cage pops out of place and the reeds don't seal anymore.
 

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Something to add to this. I have seen a reed cage break but the vulcanized rubber holds the frame in place so it looks fine. When you put some pressure on it the cage pops out of place and the reeds don't seal anymore.
But that would have a problem all the time... not intermittantly, and only when in deep snow
 

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Spoke with Jeff, a BRP mechanic from Riderz, last night for a while. This can be the rave valves, sticky cable too them, servo motor, wiring harness issue, or about 500 other things. It’s something that doesnt throw codes. Very tough to diagnose.
 
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