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2011 arctic cat 425 wiring diagram

Show wire colors that go into plug on harness. from headlight. Wires were pulled out

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SOURCE: 2004 arctic cat 500 4x4 starter turns doesnt engage starts with pull cord

The starter has to throw it's gear out using centrifugal force. The speed of the starter has to be enough to overcome the spring inside. It is either a little seized and needs to be rebuilt and greased up, or the battery isn't powered up enough to get the right speed to engage properly. In that case clean the battery posts and clamps well, then charge or replace the battery. To know if the battery is bad wait till it is charged... if it still doesn't engage try again with booster cables from your car etc. and see if it suddenly works fine.

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SOURCE: 2004 arctic cat 500 4x4 starter turns doesnt engage starts with pull cord

Your solenoid is bad on your starter thats what engages the gear to kick out to make contact with the flywheel. . May have to replace the starter if you can rebuild it.

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