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Spark plug gap for a Polaris sportmans 500 a 2010 year


0.028

http://www.polarisatvforums.com/forums/atv-repair-maintenance/14769-spark-plug-gap.html

BKR6ES(STOCK#6364) regular, or IRIDIUM BKR6EIX(STOCK#6418).Gap setting is .028.
That plug is used on all 500 HO from 2000-2011 Sportsman Models.

http://www.polarisatvforums.com/forums/atv-repair-maintenance/40754-500ho-ngk-spark-plug-number.html

http://www.ngksparkplugs.ca/results-motorcycles.cfm?model=empty&enginesize=500&make=POLARIS&apptype=ATV

Here is your manual. Spark Plug page 93. Page 123 says
Spark Plug / Gap NGK BKR6E / .035 in. (0.9 mm)

Different plug (E rather than ES) and gap. check the plug that came out.

http://cdn.polarisindustries.com/polaris/common/parts-manuals/9923420r01_lo_res.pdf

Jul 10, 2016 | Polaris 2004 Sportsman 500 H.O

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WHAT'S WRONG WITH MY SNOWMACHINE


What is your year, make, model & engine size?

Apr 11, 2016 | ATVs

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I have trouble with my all wheel drive it's an 02 sportsman 700 twin what should I start looking for


I first check both spark plug and coil.. Pull spark plug out and visually inspect for any dirt touching both electrodes... Next, Plug the spark plug back into the spark plug lead and earth it to the motor(make sure the spark plug is touching metal)then try turning the motor to see if the spark plug is sparking...
Also the link below is a short YouTube video showing the right colour spark and I never thought about it but it should spark over the top of the centre electrode,
How to check for Spark Plug Fire in any engine
If it does spark then it's a fuel problem. Check the needle and seat in your carby, You need to pull your carby off and unscrew the bottom half from the top, 1st sign of a needle stuck inside the seat
is a dry carby There you'll find the float, push the float up and down and see if the needle above
the float slides up and down from the seat, If the needle stays up then it's stuck and NOT letting
the fuel into the carby, Just pull it down with your fingers to loosen it up..I hope this helps.... CHEERS..

Apr 05, 2016 | ATVs

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Where are the sparkplugs on polaris 700 efi


Camae, You really should get a manual. Spark plugs stick out of the cylinder heads with a fairly heavy wire/with Red or Black boot on the end covering spark plug.
Check the attached links,instruction and guides, Good luck
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Polaris Sportsman 500 HO Spark Plug Location

Mar 22, 2016 | ATVs

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Where are spark plugs located and how to change them


Most quads Have the spark plug on top of the engine. In order to change a spark plug you need to remove the plug wire, Take a rachet with the size of the Plug, then remove the plug. Insert the new plug, Rinse, Repeat.

Jan 09, 2015 | Polaris 2013 Sportsman XP 850 HO

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Where is the spark plug located


Turn off the fuel tap the spark plug should be on the motor has a thick wire going to it, remove the plug and move the wire away from the hole to avoid a fire then crank engine over to push all the fuel out of the cyl, then fit a new plug .connect wire and see if it starts then turn fuel back on.

Nov 01, 2014 | ATVs

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I can't get my atv to start it turns the spark plug is firing and the gas is flowing but it will'nt start


check the compression, REPLACE the spark plug with a new one, clean or have the carb professionally cleaned. compression should be at least or more than 100-110 lbs.

May 22, 2014 | ATVs

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Backfires when you try to rev up engine,


check fuel flow and check spark at spark plugs

According to an "ATV Rider" 2009 article, "When the Grizzly was introduced in 1998 as a 600cc machine, the top was blown right off the displacement wars of the time."
It was replaced in 2002 with Yamaha Grizzly 660, an even bigger engine derived from the well-established all-terrain vehicle (ATV) Yamaha Raptor 660R.
Grizzly's 660 cubic centimeter (cc), four-stroke, liquid-cooled single overhead camshaft, five-valve engine performs well in open country, but sometimes it causes serious problems for owners.
Before you call a Grizzly dealer, however, trying a few tricks in your garage can save you a lot of time and money.

Check the fuel level.
Locate the fuel meter indicator on top of the multifunction display.
If it does not work properly, open the fuel tank, and push the Yamaha 660 Grizzly side to side.
Ensure the fuel is not contaminated by water or rust.
If you have not driven your Grizzly 660 for a long time, drain the tank completely, and fill it with a fuel tank cleaner.

Check fuel hoses for cracks or leakage.
The hoses should be soft and simple to bend.
Replace those that show any sign of wear.

Check the compression.
Screw a compression tester into the spark plug hole, and press the electric starter button.
If no compression exists, contact a Yamaha dealer.
Wipe wet or dirty electrodes with a dry cloth.
The spark plug gap should be checked regularly

Correct the spark plug gap.
Measure the gap with a wire thickness gauge.
If necessary, adjust it to 0.8mm using a screwdriver or replace the spark plug.
Use only a Yamaha-specified spark plug.

Check the Yamaha 660 Grizzly's battery.
Operate its electric starter.
If the Grizzly starts quickly, then its battery is in good condition.
If the engine turns slowly, check the battery lead connections, and you may need to change the battery.
If the engine still does not eventually start, your Grizzly is beyond home repair.


Jul 23, 2013 | Yamaha 2005 Grizzly 660 Auto 4x4

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Helpme!


Check for spark at spark plugs then check fuel and fuel filter .

Troubleshooting a small Petrol engine that won't start requires a series of short tests and the process of elimination.
Understanding the principles of how a small engine operates is helpful but not necessary.
Proper disposal of hazardous liquids will be required.
The knowledge gained in the performance of this procedure can be applied to many different types and sizes of internal combustion engines.
The average weekend mechanic can complete the process in about an hour.
Put on the safety glasses.
Remove the gas cap and check that there is gas in the fuel tank.
Look at the inline gas cutoff valve located below the gas tank on the fuel line and make sure it is in the on position, with the knob turned straight in line with the fuel line.
Look at the spark plug and check that the wire is securely plugged onto the plug.
Try to turn the spark plug by hand and make sure it is screwed firmly into the hole.
Look at the ground strap by the spark plug and make sure it is not touching the spark plug.
Look at the kill switch located by the controls and make sure it is in the run position.


Remove the air filter by unsnapping its box-like cover or removing the wing nut that holds it onto the carburetor.
Lift the air filter out of the holder and set it aside.
Spray a shot of starting fluid from the aerosol can into the empty air filter area of the carburetor and try to start the engine.
Let the engine run about 30 seconds or until it dies.

Eliminate the electrical system as the cause of the problem if the engine started right up, ran a few moments, and quit.
Remove the gas line from the carburetor by loosening its hose clamp with the screwdriver kit.
Hold the fuel line over the clear glass container and let some gas run into it.
Look at the gas, checking for water and impurities.

Drain the gas tank if the gas looked impure.
Remove the gas filter from the fuel line by loosening its hose clamps with the screwdriver kit.
Replace the gas filter with a new one if the gas did not run into the glass at a rapid pace.
Reinstall the gas line and gas filter.
Fill the gas tank with new gas.

Find a small drain bolt located on the very bottom middle of the carburetor.
Place a small container that gas won't melt under it and remove it with the wrench kit.
Let the old gas drain out of the bottom until the new gas starts to flow out. Screw the drain bolt back into the bottom of the carburetor.

Clean up any spilled gas off the motor and elsewhere with the shop rag.
Place the rag in the metal bucket a safe distance from the work area.
Clean the air filter with warm, soapy water if it is the spongy type, or replace it with a new one.
Install the air filter. Start the engine.

Unplug the spark plug wire from the spark plug if the engine did not start.
Hold the insulated part of the spark plug wire with one hand and place the bare part about 1/4 inch away from the top of the spark plug.

Try to start the engine and watch for a spark between the wire and the plug. Replace the spark plug wire with a new one if it shocked you through the insulation.
Remove the spark plug using the spark plug wrench and replace it with a new one if there was a spark.
Try to start the engine. Let the engine run until it performs smoothly.

Do not do anything else if there was no spark, as the trouble is inside the internal workings of the engine and requires professional repair and tools.
http://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/how-to/maintenance/1272351?click=main_sr

Jul 11, 2013 | ATVs

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