I'm gonna give that a try on mine Jim. I always wait until the fuel pump quits running. But sometimes it'll take two or three tries when its cold. Now I try to keep it in my garage when it could around here. Even then it usually wont start the first try.Yesterday I went out to plow some snow. My Kodiak is parked outside under a cover and the temperature was -5.
I turned the key on and then waited another 10 or 15 seconds and then hit the start button, it fired up without dying. I may try waiting a bit again the next time that I go to start it when it is cold.
Not a fluke, my 2023 does the same thing. I Blame it on our cold Michigan weatherWent out to plow some snow this morning. 15 degrees F. I turned the key and waited for a count to 20. Started and then died, fired right up the second time. That one time must of been a fluke.