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Timing needs to be reset how do i do it - Yamaha 2005 Big Bear 400 4x4

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Go on youtube and look up the specific quad but usually you take off your timing cover on the head and put the notch to the top of the head and there should be a big flathead bolt thing to unscrew on the bottom end of your motor and un screw that and look for something that is carved in there like "TDC" "T" top dead center align it so they are both straight and make sure to loosen your chain that's usually on the head it should stick out or a bolt or some thing and take it off and that pretty much it

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