Re: ATV will not start. no power to lights, starter.
Make sure that your battery terminals are clean and are making good connection, sometimes when alot of mud builds up on my bikes battery it wont start also try to start it by the recoil is it has one or the kick start cuz when the battery is dead and you stuck in the trails you can start it by this and it should start
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Leslie, Check rear brake connection, pull down on the rear spring to turn the brake light on and off..repeat until it gets worked out..you can spray some light oil/WD40 on it to help clean it out. Could also be a faulty switch, which will need replaced. Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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Could be time to replace battery, this is most likely the culprit. These fourwheelers are very picky when it comes to low power. Your starter is also most likely just fine, the clicking you hear is the solenoid on the starter, so your battery has some juice, but not enough amps to turn over the starter. Also If the fourwheeler has sat for a long time then you may just need to charge the battery. The 2007 is most likely fuel inject which uses even more fuel when running and it also has its own computer kind of like a PCM in a car or truck. These all need a good supply of power and the stator which is like an alternator usually needs the help of a fully charged battery to keep everything running properly. Also note, once you get a new battery or charge it in some cases the ATV should run smoother.
I think you have a dirty connection somewhere between the battery and the starter solenoid. Or... between the battery and the frame ground. Or - possibly - one of your battery cables is destroyed.
Don't keep trying to charge it or jump-start it if the battery is fully charged - you're wasting time doing that. Track down the battery cables and find the problem. Use a test light or a meter to follow the wiring - when you find where the voltage stops, you've found the problem.
Semi-synthetic 0w40 oil for the 500,600,700 sportsman quads, check what clutch your ATV has, "cvt" (continuosly variable transmission) clutches, or 'wet clutch'. 10w-40 or the 0w-40 that has the additves for "wet clutch" aplications