Welcome to the forum. Like BadMonkey said, We will need more information please.
Did you try it again today?
Does it crank over?
Air filter clean?
Do you have spark?
Gas tank too full?
Any recent modifications?
Did new fuse blow? Either way you have a short in that circuit. Do you have a service manual? It maybe the relay to the fuel pump, bad pump or a wiring problem. Find the fuel pump relay and try switching it with another one.
Is this still under warranty?
Did it die while driving it or when trying to start it? There are some threads posted here about solenoids going bad. Might try searching those. If memory serves me most are interchangeable so that may help troubleshooting.
There are 3 relays on the passenger side under the hood. I believe the middle one is for the fuel pump. I replaced mine with a red top snowmobile solid stage one after mine would freeze up on me in sub zero temps and left me stranded miles from shore ice fishing. If your fuel pump isn’t turning on I’m guessing that could be the problem. Good place to check anyways. Good luck.
Viking was cranking but not starting.. noticed a fuse blown. Put new battery in and replaced every fuse. After that viking started and idled for about 3-5 seconds then died. Tried to restart and did not hear fuel pump. The same fuse blew again. Replaced it and same occurrence with fuse blowing 3-5 seconds and again and again.
Was hoping someone has had a similar experience with some solutions. Next im pulling fuel pump to make sure its filter is not plugged.
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