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The Snowmobile Survival Kit: What to do if You Break Down

What to do if You Break Down

Snowmobiling is a favorite winter pastime for countless people, but a breakdown at an inopportune moment can leave you stranded out in the cold. Even with proper snowmobile maintenance, it’s still possible to break down, end up with a dead snowmobile battery or run out of fuel. Before you take your snowmobile out this winter, be sure to review the snowmobile safety tips below for how to deal with a breakdown.   Stay With Your Snowmobile If you experience a breakdown, the first thing to remember is to stay calm. You may be tempted to start walking back to the trailhead (or your home, cabin, etc., depending on where you are snowmobiling), but before you take a step take a moment to think. If you don’t know for sure that the trailhead or other destination is within an hour’s walking

What to do When Your Snowmobile Won’t Start in the Winter

Snowmobiles Starting

Snowmobiles are generally rugged vehicles that can travel rough terrain for years before needing to be retired. That being said, it’s not uncommon for snowmobilers to have trouble starting their machines in the winter, especially for the first time after sitting unused for months. The good news is that if your snowmobile ran well last winter and you followed proper snowmobile maintenance guidelines before storing it for the summer, it will most likely run well again this season – after you get it started, that is.   If your snowmobile won’t start this winter, try these tips:   Check your air/fuel mixture.   If you haven’t run your snowmobile in a while, it’s possible the gas lines and carbs have dried out. You can often solve this problem by spraying starting fluid or carb cleaner in the intake of the

Snowmobile Safety Tips for a Trouble-Free Riding Season

Snowmobile Safety

As the weather gets colder, people across the country start getting excited for snowmobile season. Snowmobiling is a great way to enjoy yourself when winter settles in, but it can also be hazardous for riders who ignore proper snowmobile safety guidelines. To ensure you have a safe and enjoyable riding season this winter, follow the snowmobile safety tips below.       Tip #1: Be prepared.   Before you take your snowmobile out for a ride, make sure you’re prepared for anything the weather, the trails or your machine can throw at you. To prepare for a safe ride, remember the following:   Check the weather forecast and trail conditions before you go out. Depending on where you live, you may also need to check if there is any danger of avalanches in the area.   Make sure you have an

What to do When Your Snowmobile Won’t Start in the Winter

Snowmobiles Starting

Snowmobiles are generally rugged vehicles that can travel rough terrain for years before needing to be retired. That being said, it’s not uncommon for snowmobilers to have trouble starting their machines in the winter, especially for the first time after sitting unused for months. The good news is that if your snowmobile ran well last winter and you followed proper snowmobile maintenance guidelines before storing it for the summer, it will most likely run well again this season – after you get it started, that is. If your snowmobile won’t start this winter, try these tips: Check your air/fuel mixture.   If you haven’t run your snowmobile in a while, it’s possible the gas lines and carbs have dried out. You can often solve this problem by spraying starting fluid or carb cleaner in the intake of the carburetor.  

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