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Hi I have a sputter between 1200 and 2000 rpm.

After 2000 rpm the wing runs good.

I have ran 4 tank full of fuel injector cleaner (no help).



Help!

Dan
 

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What year of manufacture and how many miles ?
How old are sparkplugs , and have the valves been checked for correct adjustment.
 

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2009 wing with 63k

plugs changed at 60k

valves are ok also

the sputter started around 62k
 

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You probably have a bad spark plug, it happens with new plugs probably more often than with old ones.
 

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DaveO430 wrote:
You probably have a bad spark plug, it happens with new plugs probably more often than with old ones.
+1. Also, it could be one of the wires has a bad connection to the spark plug. I don't know how difficult it is to get to those (haven't had to do it myself yet), but you might just want to try checking them.
 

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If the FI light isn't coming on, I agree the best place to start looking is the plugs and wires.
 
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