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Some of the Polaris have magnetic locking hubs there is a little black box up in front if I remember right it has three wires coming out of it I think two yellow and one red this unit controls the front hubs
I bypassed this control one time by running a low voltage 12 volt supply to the front hubs used a toggle switch to activate the 4wd when needed it was a old farm bike and the guy did not want to spend the money to replace the control box
You need to inspect all gas lines for obstructions including the gas tank , and especially the carb. I can bet dollars to doughnuts that it's a fuel problem something is blocking the fuel and by rocking it it's allowing the fuel to go through. hope this helps , let me know how you make out . Adam J
The spark plug is on the left side (shifter) of the head,,..?/ this is August.. if the atv has been sitting the carb may need a qualified professional to clean it again.. Replace the spark plug before you squirt anything in the engine...
OUCH.. I hope you got it cheap... sorry.. You are going to have problems until you get the wiring straightened out completely..and by a Factory Trained Professional... I know thats expensive.!! The other alternative is to pass this machine on to someone else.(yikes) ... and take the money you would have spent on repairs and purchase a new(er) one with NO issues.. when you go look at another machine, take someone with you that knows ATV's..or take it to a shop for a full check-up!!